Upper Deck has brought a countersuit against Upper Deck International. The dueling lawsuits show a battle for company control and bring to light allegations of greed and even substance abuse.
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In Law of Cards, Paul Lesko helps you figure out which trading cards are in the public domain and why some are not.
In Law of Cards, Paul Lesko looks at how increasingly vague disclaimers on the backs of memorabilia cards may be harming the hobby. He also offers suggestions on how this can be fixed.
Stickers and sports have a long and loving relationship. Emerging social media site, GetGlue, offers collectors several free sports-related stickers for checking in to the things they’re watching or thinking about.
Take a look at some of the amazing jumbo patch cards from 2011 Topps Marquee Baseball Titanic Threads Patches.
With the ongoing chaos and rumors of NCAA realignment comes the parody card set 2011 Upper Deck Conference Panic!
Follow these easy tips to offer fast, safe and reasonably priced shipping selling sports cards on eBay. In return, your customers will be happy and leave five-star feedback ratings.
Ever wonder why there’s no sports card commercials on TV? That wasn’t always the case. Here’s 23 spots with cards dating as far back as the 1960s.
The ongoing court battle between Leaf and Topps escalates with Leaf filing a countersuit yesterday.
Often tossed aside as garbage, sports tickets have emerged as popular pieces of sports memorabilia. Here’s how you can get a start in collecting these little pieces of sporting history.
The baseball card market just got a jolt with the announcement that Panini has acquired a license with the MLBPA.
Retail giants like Target are increasingly driving the hobby. Rob Bertrand looks at why this is and offers traditional card shops practical tips on how they can compete and be relevant in today’s hobby.
The Cardboard Connection has acquired Card Collectors World, one of the leading sports card forums on the net. The forum has been relocated to the cardboardconnection.com domain where it will serve as the site’s online community.
San Francisco Giants fans celebrated Star Wars Day on Sunday with costumes, a screening of The Empire Strikes Back and one of the coolest giveaways ever: Brian Wilson in Carbonite.
In Law of Cards, Paul Lesko tells us why a sports memorabilia case in Florida could lead to better practices from appraisers.
Joe Namath returned to Broadway on Tuesday, appearing on the Late Show with David Letterman. Namath was lively in the interview that, in part, promoted the Topps Super Bowl Legends promotion.
Panini and The Art of the Game have settled their lawsuit stemming from Kobe Bryant autographs the retailer was selling. Panini, who have exclusive autograph rights for the Lakers superstar, claimed the signatures were fake.