As is the case with collectibles of all sorts, the value of sports memorabilia greatly hinges upon the condition of each item. The closer an item is to mint condition, the more value it holds. Each sign of age or damage will levy a significant blow to the item’s value.
Protective cases are the only way to properly preserve heirlooms of this nature. Without properly protecting memorabilia, the items will be subjected to a number of dangerous elements and can deteriorate at an alarming rate.
Buying autographed sports memorabilia is a great way to add to your current collection or to aid in starting one. Since there’s a rather good chance that your local area doesn’t have a very large selection of autographs, or you may be looking for an autograph from someone from another city or region, your best bet may be making a purchase online.
Hey soccer fans, we have a lot of great new autographed soccer memorabilia, adding to an already deep arsenal of soccer autographs available. As soccer continues to grow in popularity in the U.S., so will we. No sport has seen such a rapid increase in popularity in the past few years than soccer, with American fans tuning into anything from the MLS to Premier League matches and International Friendlies. It’s not only about the World Cup anymore. Let’s take a look at some of the new signed soccer memorabilia we have to offer.
The Ohio State Buckeyes take the first College Football Playoff title with their convincing win over the favorite, Oregon. The Buckeyes played with a chip on their shoulder all season long, routinely being slotted as the underdog in big games. Not many champions have had the adversity that OSU was saddled with this season. But… Read More »
We love baseball because you will see a play or a situation you have never seen every single game you watch. Game 7 proved that once again. You could write multiple novels on everything we have witnessed in the past month of October baseball. Some would be heartbreaking tales, some triumph and another a tale… Read More »
With all major sports overlapping in mid to late October, sometimes hockey does not get the coverage it is due. With equal coverage or not, hockey is back. Two weeks into the fresh NHL season and we’re seeing a lot of the big names off to a hot start: Chicago, Montreal and Minnesota. Hockey ratings… Read More »
Two weeks ago, the Royals and Giants were not sure if they would even get an opportunity to play more than one game in the 2014 Postseason. Both teams had to battle their way through their respective league’s one-game wildcard. Maybe that was the key to their runs. Maybe playing must-win games bring club’s together.… Read More »
Sports have a funny way of messing with our sense of time. When a team is struggling, seasons seem to take years to finish, and when your team is rolling, weeks fly by. Now take that struggling scenario I mentioned and multiply it by 29. Almost three decades of forgettable campaigns. Fans always get promised… Read More »
The new College Football Playoff system has gotten plenty of media coverage over the past few years leading up to it. In the past, the top 2 teams would play for the BCS National Championship whereas this year there will be 4 teams playing in a semi-final format to decide the champion. After watching the first… Read More »
One week, two sweeps and two four-game series into the MLB Postseason and we ready to advance to the League Championship Series. While the National League’s looks close to what we expected, the American offers some new characters to the reality show that is postseason baseball. Fresh off of 3-game sweeps, the Baltimore Orioles will… Read More »
For most parts of the US, there is a tangible difference between September to October in terms of weather, activities and so on. However, baseball fans would argue it always heats up in October. Only three days into Major League Baseball’s postseason and we have already seen some magic.
FIFA World Cup 2014 is underway and not without controversy. The first game featuring Brazil and Croatia was marred by a poor call resulting in a penalty being called on Croatia. Neymar converted the penalty kick and the feel of the match was then changed. Brazil went on to win the match 3-1 to open… Read More »
If you live in the 80 percent of the country that is being slammed by arctic wind, ice and snow, golf is probably the last thing you’re thinking about. For the other 20 percent that are able to hit the links for 18 holes, you’re probably well aware that The Masters, a.k.a. the unofficial start… Read More »
On the very first snap of Super Bowl XLVIII, Denver’s snap sailed over the head of quarterback Peyton Manning, landing in the Broncos own end zone where Knowshon Moreno fell on it, yielding a safety. DR2BDJ36YMU3 Little did Manning and Co. know that the night was only going to go down hill from there. It… Read More »
Let the countdown commence, we are officially a few days away from Super Bowl XLVIII! That means a ton of funny commercials, endless piles of hot wings, flowing rivers of the beverage of your choice and oh, yea, one big game… AKA Super Bowl 48. The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks are ready to do… Read More »