Upper Deck’s release date updates, Allen & Ginter’s leading sellers are ladies, a Michigan couple finds peace and happiness with a small town shop… and Michael Jordan’s gift to kids in Japan.
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He’s one of the most exciting players in the NBA and now may be the time that Rajon Rondo rookie cards start getting a little more respect.
Their maker is extinct. They’re 14 years old. And collectors are paying a LOT of green for mean, green 1997-98 Skybox Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems.
In spite of recent headlines, the sales prices of last year’s top NBA rookie have dipped.
The trade winds blew Chris Paul rookie cards all over the place during the on again, off again trade to L.A. Now that the young superstar has settled in Clipper-land, they could be poised for growth.
Juan Martinez sees your Blake Griffin and raises you an Eric Gordon rookie card. Is he the next Russell Westbrook?
Think he’s just faded into your box of retired star cards you can’t move? Think again.
No labor contract? No problem for Upper Deck, which has become the basketball card torchbearer this season, even without an NBA license. Pack-busting Juan Martinez evaluates the contents of a newly purchased box.
What may be one of the year’s only basketball card products has made getting a Michael Jordan autograph a more attainable proposition.
He’s had a few well-chronicled issues in recent months, but actor Charlie Sheen is fired up about getting back to work–and still loves baseball memorabilia. The star of Major League and now, CBS’ Two and a Half Men, settled in for a half hour conversation with Dan Patrick Monday. They talked about a lot of […]
Due out this week, Topps Archives Signature Series has one autographed buyback card per pack featuring a retired player. A full checklist is inside.
Former champ Mike Tyson will take time out from his one-man show to again sign autographs at the National Sports Collectors Convention.
Get your click finger ready. We’ve got the final 2012 Topps Baseball Series One checklist, three weeks ahead of the debut of the season’s first baseball card products.
Who’ll get in on the 2012 Hall of Fame Election ballot and is there enough collector interest in any of the candidates to justify a value spike?
The complete Topps Baseball Series One and Two checklists.
Our box breaker gets his hands on Topps Series II baseball.
What’s wacky about 2010 Topps Heritage? Plenty…and if you want some of these cards, you’ll have to hit the discount giants.
It’s 1959 all over again for collectors of 2008 Topps Heritage. Short prints and back color variations–this time on purpose. Here’s the info you need if you’re tackling this set.