PSA/DNA has released their latest list of the most forged and dangerous sports autographs. The list includes such all-time legends as Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Mickey Mantle.
Thinking of buying and trading cards on Twitter? Here are some tips to help make it safer for yourself and the person you’re dealing with.
Take your collecting on the go with our comprehensive guide to mobile apps aimed at sports card and memorabilia collectors. Includes details and pricing on more than a dozen apps relevant to collectors.
Collecting sports stickers with your kids combine fun, education and family time. They can also be a gateway into collecting sports cards. Find out about collecting stickers and their many benefits.
Autographed baseballs are one of the most popular pieces of sports collectibles. Discover some of the most popular options for showcasing and displaying your prized pieces.
Mini-helmets are one of the best ways to collect autographed memorabilia. But how can you display them? This guide looks at various types of cases to help you show your mini-helmets proudly and protect them from possible damage.
In the market for a new baseball jersey? This detailed guide highlights the differences between many jersey styles that exist, what to watch for to avoid fakes and a handy shopping guide arranged by team.
Want to know what your sports cards are worth? eBay’s completed listings are a free and easy-to-use tool to get a solid estimate on what your collection is really worth. This easy-to-use tutorial walks you through how to do it in just a few simple steps.
With hockey card dealers struggling through the shortened 2012-13 NHL season, here are 7 simple ways collectors can lend their support.
What can case breakers expect from early 2013 Topps baseball card products? This in-depth guide includes a look at what’s new, what’s changed and what’s been dropped from products scheduled for release during the first half of the 2013 season.
Want to be sure the 1951-52 Parkhurst Hockey cards you’re buying are real? Here’s are some easy-to-follow tips to help you tell real cards from worthless fakes.
Was 2012 a profitable year for case breakers? brentandbecca takes a detailed look at all 20 MLB products released by Topps in 2012 and breaks down the numbers.
Got a ton of extra sports cards cluttering up your house? Want to get trading but don’t have anyone nearby? Why not set up your own trading blog? Here are some practical tips on how you can set up, organize and promote a free trading site.
Start the new year off with collecting resolutions that will help you get more satisfaction from your collection. Follow these steps and you’re guaranteed to have a more focused, organized and enjoyable collection.
Elvis Presley and The Beatles lead PSA/DNA’s list of the most forged entertainment and historical autographs. Get a full breakdown of the 10 most dangerous signatures in pop culture.
Transform any room into the ultimate sports-themed man cave with these 10 hand-picked items.
Want to build a better sports card collection? Here are 10 easy ways to do it and have more fun collecting.
Not all baseball cards from the 1980s and early 90s are worthless. Here are four places you can look for some excellent investment opportunities.