Getting its start by creating cards of models and baseball players, Exhibit Supply Company ventured into football before ceasing operations in the 1980s.
Lelands.com is hosting a Masters Auction that features a variety of historic memorabilia from a variety of different sports.
A photo that was used for Lou Gehrig’s 1933 Goudey baseball card sold in a Heritage Auctions auction for a final price of $60,000.
The 1955 player contract between Ted Williams and the Boston Red Sox sold in a Steiner Sports auction for a final price of $48,456.
M.P. & Co. created cartoonish-style baseball cards during World War II, a time when few baseball cards were released to the public.
The 1961-62 Fleer Baseball Greats set is filled with cards of Major League Baseball’s all-time greats, and are affordable for most collectors.
The 2017 Diamond Kings Baseball release carries on the tradition of baseball cards coming to life with beautiful artwork.
SCD columnist Doug Koztoski takes a closer look at the “wish” books from Sears from the 1960s that had kids dreaming of Christmas presents.
Known for his many paintings, Norman Rockwell also shared the spirit of baseball in a few of them which are displayed at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Strolling around the 2016 National Sports Collectors Convention made for some entertaining times with Hank Thomas, Denny McLain and some amazing sports memorabilia.