On Tuesday, July 9, 2019, Hunt Auctions held a live event wherein lot #114 — an aged 10.25″ high by 12.75″ wide Type 1 photo showing Babe Ruth making his last public appearance at Yankee Stadium in 1948 —…


The Southern California sun is shining bright, summer blockbusters are underway and San Diego Comic Con-International is prepping to host its annual gathering of all things geekdom. Fanboys and girls of all sorts from across the galaxy warp in each…


  Before the cardboard was even printed for the first run of Pokémon cards, Charizard adorned the cover of the franchise’s original GameBoy release. The powerful, dragon-like Pokémon became an early favorite among gamers in part because its stunning artwork…




  To provide better security for its growing customer base, PSA has added a cost-free “SecureScan” service. The new imaging feature, which launched on the company’s website on May 10, 2019, involves taking front and back scans of PSA-encapsulated items…


  A new sales record for the sports collectibles industry has been established. A PSA-certified original Type 1 photo showing Detroit Tigers Hall of Famer Ty Cobb sliding into third base just sold for $250,000. The circa 1910, 8” x…


For collectors of a certain age there is something oddly comforting about junk wax cards. Far too many were printed, they’re littered with quasi-errors and print issues, and “rare” chase cards are numbered in the thousands. However, they are also…


  With the NBA postseason heading toward the NBA Finals with (who else?) the Golden State Warriors representing the Western Conference and awaiting the winner of the Toronto Raptors/Milwaukee Bucks Eastern Final, now is the perfect time to look back…


  Having clinched his 15th major last month, Tiger Woods is once again topical and relevant. Despite personal troubles, four back surgeries and just as many knee surgeries over the past decade, Tiger’s march back to prominence culminated with his…