Cardboard Memories is an emerging sports memorabilia company that was created by owner and President Scott Stimell. We carry a full line of sports cards and autographed memorabilia. Cardboard Memories represents what is lacking in the retail and wholesale memorabilia market today. This premier company offers that special personal touch that is only known to customers who have done previous business with Scott.
Scott has been collecting memorabilia for over 19 years. For the past seventeen years Scott has successfully owned and operated one of Long Island's most reputable memorabilia retail stores. Known for his knowledge and savvy of authentic autographs and his desire to teach others about them, Cardboard Memories possesses the honesty and integrity one should want and need from a memorabilia source.
Scott personally works with each customer to ensure they understand the authenticity of each item. Scott is a firm believer in authenticity and he will only sell what he knows to be 100% authentic. Every piece of autographed memorabilia is purchased directly from the source and Scott will explain in detail the origin of each item contained in his store.
Scott is also a consultant for James Spence Authentication.
Cardboard Memories is a major distributor of Steiner Sports certified memorabilia, Upper Deck Authenticated memorabilia, Ted Williams Family memorabilia(Green Diamond), Total Sports Concepts memorabilia, The Madison Square Garden Collection memorabilia, Tri Star Productions memorabilia, Mounted Memories memorabilia, and many more. To see these certificates click on the certificates button.
Charity Events and Auctions have become a large focal point for Cardboard Memories. For the past several years Cardboard Memories has been involved in producing memorabilia for various charitable auctions, such as: The Mickey Mantle Foundation, The American Heart Association, The League Treatment Center, Lou Gehrig's disease-ALS, North Shore Hospital New Leadership, Leukemia, United Way, and The David Cone Foundation, etc.
In conclusion, Scott hopes that his personal touch mixed with his love and understanding of the sports memorabilia industry will make Cardboard Memories a must see resource.
Owner Scott Stimell's 7 month old daughter Hannah was diagnosed on July 16, 2004 with a rare genetic disease called Niemann-Pick Type A. There is currently no effective treatment or cure for this disease. On August 21, 2004 she had a cord blood transplant. After a courageous battle Hannah passed away on February 2, 2005. To read about her story, visit the website below by clicking on the link.
He has also established a 501 C3 Foundation in honor of his daughter. To read about the foundation, visit the website below by clicking on the link.
Hannah Mollie Stimell