With more hits than their traditional American sports card counterparts, 2014 Topps Premier League Gold boxes are intriguing for card shops that don’t normally carry soccer.
2014 Panini Classics Baseball marked a return for that particular line after nine years away from the company’s rotation. Since that time, of course, Donruss-Panini lost its MLB license but they’ve also proven, at times (see 2012 National Treasures Baseball), that quality looking memorabilia cards and autographs can save the lack of logos on caps […]
Most people in the hobby are fully aware of Topps having the exclusive MLB and MILB properties licensing arrangement through 2020. However, that doesn’t mean other companies who have separate deals with the players association can’t produce cards. They just can’t use logos and trademarks of the various teams and leagues. Panini has been actively […]