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Vintage Set of the Week: 1964 Topps Baseball Might Rub Off on You

"I Feel Fine"? More like "A Hard Fortnight" for the crumbling Phillies and Yankees in a season of transition chronicled by the 1964 Topps baseball set that never let you forget who your team was.

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Ramblings: Cameo Card Appearances and Show Notes

Rich Klein recalls some players who left teams they'd been associated with for years and whether the cameo turned into cardboard commemoration.

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Assorted Quick Authentication Tips for Sports Memorabilia Collectors

A few simple authenticatiion tips to help collectors identify silver, gutta percha, leather and the jewels on championship rings.

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2015 Topps Update Bulks Up

They've increased the size of the base set for 2015 Topps Update Baseball, due out during the post-season.

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Ramblings: 10 Years on From Fleer

Rich Klein recalls the tenth anniversary of Fleer's demise and how it set the stage for a card contraction that's still going on.

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Sports Memorabilia News

Sports Illustrated Roger Bannister January 1955

Roger Bannister’s Historic Shoes Coming to Auction

Roger Bannister’s last link to his sub-four-minute mile in 1954, the running spikes he wore that day at Oxford, are to be sold at Christie’s later this year.

Vintage Sports Card News

1964 Topps Mantle

Vintage Set of the Week: 1964 Topps Baseball Might Rub Off on You

“I Feel Fine”? More like “A Hard Fortnight” for the crumbling Phillies and Yankees in a season of transition chronicled by the 1964 Topps baseball set that never let you forget who your team was.

Modern Sports Card News

Kris Bryant 2015 Topps Update base rookie card

2015 Topps Update Bulks Up

They’ve increased the size of the base set for 2015 Topps Update Baseball, due out during the post-season.

Industry News

Japan case breaking

US Distributor, Case Breakers Look to Asia for Business

Wholesaler GTS Distribution and a crew of case breakers are in Taiwan and Japan right now, hoping to expand the concept and show off Topps’ Asia exclusives.

Around the Hobby

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Helmar Card of the Week: Jimmy Slagle of the…Bob-O-Links?

Jimmy Slagle went from Omaha to Grand Rapids to the big leagues, rubbing shoulders with some famous teammates. He missed the original T206 but Helmar has him.

Rich Klein’s Ramblings

Rams Joe Namath

Ramblings: Cameo Card Appearances and Show Notes

Rich Klein recalls some players who left teams they’d been associated with for years and whether the cameo turned into cardboard commemoration.