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NSCC Notebook: VIP winner, table top baseball and pretty paintings

A look at what’s going on the 2013 National Sports Collectors Convention.

Topps officially launches Archive Prints

After several weeks of a soft launch, Topps officially launched a line of new, larger-than-life baseball card prints on Tuesday.

RareInk.com launches line of MLB lithographs

A California-based art company is now an -approved manufacturer of limited-edition lithographs featuring the stars and teams of Major League Baseball.

Behind the scenes for your Beckett Sports Card Monthly Art Issue screen prints

We got a different kind of delivery on Thursday that we wanted to share with readers and collectors alike — a look at the screen printing of the latest BSCM cover.

It’s a dirty job: Dave Hobrecht creates game-used art

It’s game-used art — as in artwork with actual game-used dirt from MLB stadiums ground and mixed into the charcoal and pastel used to make the pieces.

Calling all sports artists … Beckett Media wants to hear from you!

If you’re a sports (or non-sports collectibles) artist, we want to hear about you.

Signed lithographs celebrate Jewish players in MLB

A new lithograph by artist Ron Lewis celebrates the place that Jewish players hold in MLB history.

AT THE NATIONAL: Chatting with a Cal Ripken fan

Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds talks to Cal Ripken Collector Ed Sawyer about his latest Ripken buy during this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention — something you likely saw on the cover of a recent Beckett magazine.

Exclusive: A brother’s blessing — Junior Seau’s brother discusses ongoing art tribute

In an exclusive interview with Beckett Media Contributing Editor Susan Lulgjuraj, Savai’i Seau discussed The Junior Seau Print Collection, his brother’s wishes for his work and more.

Box Busters: Revealing Beckett Sports Card Monthly’s Art Issue cover piece

Join Beckett Media’s Chris Olds and Andrew Tolentino as they get the first look at the artwork you will find on the cover of Beckett Sports Card Monthly’s Art Issue when it arrives in hobby shops later this month.

Your Turn (BSCM Art Issue): Who are your favorite art sets or artists?

This year’s installment of The Art Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly is nearly upon us and we want to know who you like.

Box Busters: 2011 World Stars baseballs

Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds and Brian Fleischer as they rip into a pair of 2011 World Stars boxes from Brothers Inc. in Japan in this latest edition of Box Busters.

Artists splash National with some color

When it comes to high-ticket items, collectors aren’t just settling for trading cards or autographed memorabilia anymore. Paintings – better known as sports art – is becoming one of the most popular forms of collectibles.

Original Dick Perez painting of Derek Jeter from BSCM’s Art Issue hits auction block

If you saw the recent Art Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly, then you saw the original painting by the famed Dick Perez on its cover showcasing New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.

Beckett Sports Card Monthly’s The Art Issue preview: Dick Perez talks about his craft (outtakes)

We’re prepping The Art Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly and it’s weeks like this where, sadly, we learn the obvious once again — that there’s just not enough room on the printed page. When you talk art with legendary sports artist Dick Perez, there’s just too much good stuff to go around.

A very special mailday covering the upcoming art issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly

We got a rather large box in the mail today and we wanted our first look at its contents to be seen by you as well.

No memorabilia wins in Barry Bonds trial, but these prints just might …

The 2001 500th Home Run print seen above was one of the many items hocked on television and one of the talking heads during those hard-sell pitches was the artist who created it, Steve Hoskins.

Dick Perez discusses Diamond Kings, the hobby & more in upcoming issues of Beckett Sports Card Monthly

A collector might best remember Dick Perez from his Diamond Kings cards made by Donruss in the 1980s — and that’s what we recently hooked up with him to discuss for the next issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly dedicated solely to the decade where the hobby exploded into the mainstream and started to become what it is today.