Kobe Bryant's childhood home in the suburbs of Philadelphia has gone on the market.
Collecting and Heritage News
A medal from the first modern Olympic Games at Athens in 1896 has sold for $65,625 (£51,000/€55,375) at auction.
Trading cards for women’s softball are to be produced by the Topps Company for the first time in its 82-year history.
The second edition of the Football Association (FA) Cup trophy, which cost £25 ($33/€28) to make, is set to go on sale later this month and could fetch nearly £1 million ($1.3 million/€1.1 million).
Los Angeles 2028 have rolled out a series of new merchandise, including a set of pins, featuring its new logo launched earlier this month.
A project has been launched in Japan to create a network dedicated to protecting the country’s Olympic heritage.
An Olympic gold medal won at Antwerp 1920 by Britain's goalkeeper Harry Haslam has been loaned to The Hockey Museum to help mark the centenary of the team's triumph.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach hailed Estonia as an "Olympic powerhouse" after the country commemorated 100 years since its first gold medal by issuing a special silver stamp.
A piece of the floor signed by the late Kobe Bryant after his last match in the National Basketball Association (NBA) in 2016 is set to be auctioned next month, with an estimate it could fetch as much as $500,000 (£375,000/€420,000).
A special celebration is planned on Saturday (September 5) to mark the centenary of Britain’s hockey team winning the Olympic gold medal at Antwerp 1920.
Olga Korbut’s accreditation tag and a ponytail band from the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich has sold for $1,680 (£1,250/€1,400) at auction.
A statue of England World Cup legends Sir Bobby Moore, Sir Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters is set to be unveiled outside the London Stadium, which was the main venue for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
An autographed Mike Trout rookie card has sold for $3.93 million (£2.94 million/€3.3 million), making it the highest-price trading card in history.
An extremely rare watch manufactured by Seiko to celebrate Tokyo hosting the 1964 Olympic Games has been sold at auction for HKD$138,125 (£13,580/$17,821/€15,060).
A Mercedes-Benz featured in The Last Dance is the latest piece of Michael Jordan memorabilia to have fetched a six-figure sum at an auction.