You’ve probably heard a lot in recent months about non-fungible tokens, or NFTs — unique, blockchain-based digital assets that have become a big deal in the art world. They’ve also gained a foothold in the realm of sports collectibles, especially in the NBA, where NFTs are sold under the league’s NBA Top Shots program.
A few weeks ago I showed you photos of Kevin “Gashouse” Cearfoss’s 1970 NFL merchandise catalog, the oldest item in his collection of sport merch catalogs. Today we’re going to take a look at the next catalog in his collection — NFL 1971.
[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from membership card designer Scott M.X. Turner, who’s going to tell us about a vintage sports collectible that he recently acquired after seeing it listed in our own “Collector’s Corner” column. Enjoy! — PL]
Good morning! Greetings from Uni Watch HQ, where I am back after spending a weekend with friends upstate. We spent a lot of Saturday poking around in various vintage shops, where I spotted an unusual number of uni-related items of interest. It’s not like […]