Found 8 articles matching Olympics category.
  • Aug 25 2016
  • 25 Aug 2016

Rio Olympics Collectibles Are Out There if You Can Wait a While

The recent conclusion of the 2016 Olympics in Rio, the Games of the XXXI Olympiad, raises the question what collectibles exist from the event? In […]

  • Feb 5 2014
  • 5 Feb 2014

Bring the Exciting Winter Olympic Sport of Curling to Your Gaming Table!

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are just about to start. Between concerns over terrorism, confusion over choosing a site in a rather mild climate, […]

  • Jan 27 2014
  • 27 Jan 2014

Collectibles of the XXII Sochi Winter Olympics

The upcoming Winter Olympic Games, scheduled to begin on February 7, provides collectors with a host of collectible opportunities, some of which are available now. […]

  • Nov 7 2013
  • 7 Nov 2013

One of Jesse Owens’ 1936 Olympic Gold Medal to Sell in Online Auction

One of the four gold medals won by U.S. sporting great Jesse Owens at the 1936 Olympics is headed to the auction block. SCP Auctions, […]

  • Nov 2 2013
  • 2 Nov 2013

Collecting on Steroids: The Effect of PEDs on the Sports Memorabilia Market

The issue of steroids, human growth hormone and other performance-enhancing drugs certainly isn’t new to sports. Athletes from the worlds of cycling, boxing and the […]

  • Feb 20 2013
  • 20 Feb 2013

Q & A with Harry Rinker: Weather Bird Shoes Box of Marbles Premium

QUESTION: I have a box of five marbles I received as a premium when purchasing a pair of Weather Bird Shoes. The top of the […]

  • Aug 27 2008
  • 27 Aug 2008

Olympics Baseball Collectibles Win Gold

The USA baseball team may have taken the bronze in Beijing, but you win gold with Olympic baseball collectibles. Although it has waned in popularity over the years, Olympic baseball has provided a showcase for some of the best young stars in the sport, which increases the desirability of their card collectibles.

  • Aug 14 2008
  • 14 Aug 2008

Beijing Olympic Collectibles? Phelps Takes the Gold

For sports collectibles enthusiasts, the 2008 Summer Olympics—so far—can be summed up in two words: Michael Phelps. The swimmer, who now has more gold medals than any other Olympic athlete in history, appears well on his way to capturing the eight many predicted he would earn at the Beijing Games.