November 1, 2011 | Vol. 12 No. 22
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Collecting The Kansas Comet, Gale Sayers

Gale Sayers, one of the most dazzling running backs in football history, has a strong following in the hobby. This Chicago Bears legend, one who made his mark long before fellow Bears legend Walter Payton did, is featured on some fantastic cards from the 1960s and 1970s. Which ones are the toughest or most popular? In the following article, we ask collectors to share their thoughts. More...



The Things I Get Tired of in the Hobby

The hobby, for the most part, is a fun endeavor and filled with a lot of great collectibles and great people. It can be one of the most rewarding hobbies a person can choose to participate in. Once in a while, just like in everyday life, we are reminded that the hobby has its pitfalls. In the following article, Joe Orlando talks about some of the things that leave him perplexed, the things he gets tired of in the hobby. More...

Set Registry Spotlight

Paul's NHL Hart Trophy Winners - The Number One Current Finest Hart Trophy Winners Set
In the world of hockey, the Hart Memorial Trophy is known as the oldest and most prestigious individual award in the sport. This 53-card set consists of rookie cards of some of the greatest names in hockey: Howie Morenz, Gordie Howe, and Wayne Gretzky (a record 9-time winner), just to name a few. This set is 100% complete and a Best of the Registry award winner for three years running. Click here to view this set..

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The Want List Connection allows you to list your want list to buy or trade with other Registry members. You'll find a link to the WLC from My Want List in My Set Registry.

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All Sports and Non-Sports - $14 Per Card/No Minimum - Cards Valued Under $500 Each. Click here for details.
Goodwin and Company's Masterpieces and Uncommon Commons XXXVI Is Open for Bidding and Closes on Thursday, November 10

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Sirius Sports Cards Auctions #41 Is Now Open for Bidding and Ends Thursday, November 3

There are 623 lots for auction that will end on Thursday, November 3, 2011, at 11 PM EST using the 15 minute rule. This auction features many high grade and low pop cards for collectors to complete their sets from the 1950s through the 1970s. Click here for more!


Earliest Known Ty Cobb Uniform Debuts in Heritage Signature Sports Auction. Held November 10 - 11

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Memory Lane to Auction Rare Ty Cobb Tobacco Tin, Opens December 3 and Ends December 17

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Julius "Dr J" Erving's Personal Memorabilia and More Offered in Auction. Ends November 19

The personal basketball memorabilia collection of Hall of Famer Julius "Dr. J" Erving and Muhammad Ali's fight-worn trunks from Ali vs. Frazier – "The Fight of the Century" – highlight SCP Auctions' spring auction. Click here for more!



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24,687 Cards for Sale Today valued at $4,385,288

Most Recent Listings:
1936 Diamond Stars 83 Paul Waner PSA NM-MT 8..$700.00
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Survey Question

Which player's collectibles - current or former - did the 2011 World Series help the most?
  1. Albert Pujols
  2. Mike Napoli
  3. Nelson Cruz
  4. Nolan Ryan
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