Hobby Happenings – No Hobby Slow Down Despite COVID-19 Impact

Hobby Happenings – LCS’ Turning to Online, More COVID-19 Impact – Here is a look at hobby stories from around the web over the last week. Find out the latest in business news, player spotlights, vintage, grading, auctions, sports memorabilia, legal/crime news and much more.

We source stories from around the web. Look for hobby related news from resources like SABR, TMZ, Yahoo Sports, Beckett Media, Auction Report, Panini America, Upper Deck, Topps, Sports Collectors Daily and other sources. Read headlines below and watch as seen on Go GTS Live.

Hobby Happenings – No Hobby Slow Down Despite COVID-19 Impact

  1. Closing of main printing and packaging facility to delay several new product releases
  2. Dr. Anthony Fauci bobblehead sets new Bobblehead Hall of Fame sales record
  3. Chris Spielman sells memorabilia to aid COVID-19 relief efforts
  4. Altanta-based sports radio host, Chuck Oliver, auction cards from personal collection to aid unemployed
  5. New online exclusives from Fanatics and Historic Autographs
  6. Business is brisk and asset prices rising at Heritage Auctions
  7. #ToppsTogether initiative has Topps employees showing off cards from their collection
  8. Topps #Project2020 continue to showcase classic cards in street-style art re-envisioning
  9. Cryptozoic Entertainment runs Stay-At-Home online MEGA sale
  10. SGC operations reduced due to new state-issued order
  11. Remembering legendary Hall of Famer, Al Kaline
  12. Cryptozoic not taking cancellation of cons laying down. Schedules live-streaming Cryptozoic Con
  13. BGS running skeleton crew at Dallas office
  14. New Panini Blockchain added as BONUS to Flawless Football but purely digital
  15. Early Lou Gehrig game-used bat sells for $1M+ in private, brokered sale
  16. Michael Jordan centric auction platform MJAuthentic23 launches first auction
  17. Upper Deck honors COVID-19 front-line workers with new Genuine Heroes cards

 

 

 

Hobby Happenings – No Hobby Slow Down Despite COVID-19 Impact