Upper Deck has confirmed that its newest brand, Power Play, will finally hit stores on Oct. 17. That's several weeks later than initially announced, but the product looks like it will be worth the wait.
He was a star quarterback at Arkansas and now he’s a rookie wide receiver in the NFL with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Matt Jones’ cult-like following not only in football circles, but among card collectors, has created quite a buzz when it comes to his rookie cards.
Donruss/Playoff has reached an exclusive deal with the Heisman Winners Association to include more than 30 former Heisman Trophy winners in autographed insert sets releasing in 2005 and 2006 Playoff Honors Football.
Barry Bonds is back and that means one thing – HOME RUNS! 2005 Topps Baseball Series 2 featured one of the hottest insert sets of the year--Barry Bonds Homerun Highlights! And this ultimate Bonds collection continues in the upcoming
The 1927 ball being offered was truly a boy's dream come true for the 7 year old boy, Harry Lester Gates, as he recalls the thrill of talking with Babe Ruth at the very zenith of his legendary career. Here is Harry's story about getting a ball signed by the great Babe Ruth in his own words
The Upper Deck Company announced plans today to create a sports and entertainment memorabilia auction house designed to feature unique items of yesteryear and today. The auctions will be held via phone and online, with the first auction in the Spring of 2006. This new venture will be called Upper Deck Auctions.
Despite the continued financial struggles of Fleer/Skybox International LP and Fleer Collectibles, LLC, tens of thousands of redemption card holders of Fleer products are likely to get cards that are due to them.
Steiner Sports Marketing, Inc. announced today that they have partnered with the American Red Cross and will be launching an online auction on steinersports.com to benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina through the sale of specially inscribed authentic memorabilia.
A remarkable collection of sports memorabilia, historical documents and items of Americana will be offered in an online auction by Geppi’s Memorabilia Road Show in October, highlighted by the Bert Padell Collection and the Weston Boxing Collection.
Native Hoosier and passionate Baseball collector George S. Hipp (1905-1983) came from a baseball loving family. His father, Grover Hipp, who played baseball for the Grover Hill team and later for the Kids & Kubs, passed on his love of America’s Pastime. Although he never played baseball himself, later in life Hipp’s interest in the sport became an obsessive hobby. Over the course of more than a decade, Hipp made it his goal to collect the signature of every living player from the dawn of Baseball through players from his time, the 1950s and 60s.
Robert Edward Auctions announces a significant new baseball card discovery:
Four previously unknown baseball cards issued in 1871 by J. A. Pierce & Company. Information about this important find follows
Collectors Universe, Inc. (Nasdaq: CLCT), a leading provider of value-added authentication and grading services to dealers and collectors of high-value collectibles, announced today its agreement with The Topps Company, Inc. (NYSE: TOPP) to authenticate single signed baseballs through a Collectors Universe division PSA/DNA Authentication Services, or PSA/DNA.
By now, collectors expect the leading Sports and Americana auction house, MastroNet, Inc. to attract the best items and deliver the best market values, especially for tried and true collectibles. But increasingly, MastroNet is becoming the venue of choice to establish a track record for unknown valuables.
The NHL and NHL Players' Association announced Wednesday that
they are joining forces to donate $1 million to the American Red Cross to assist those affected by the Hurricane Katrina disaster. In addition to the financial contribution, the League and the Players’ Association will participate in a unique auction of game-worn Opening Night jerseys to further support the fund-raising endeavor.