Celebrate Hockey’s Return With 10 Great Cards

A look at 10 of the best hockey rookie cards in the eyes of collectors.

Golden Press Baseball Set Honored Hall Of Famers

The 1961 Golden Press set came in an album with 33 detachable cards. Today, it’s one of the most affordable vintage baseball issues.

Vintage Set Break of the Month: 1957 Topps

Collectors have a chance to land some big-time cards from a popular set as Burl’s Sports launches the Vintage Set Break of the Month with 1957 Topps.

Celebrating Rod Carew’s 70th With Seven Fun Cards

He turned 70 on Thursday and we’re recalling his incredible seven batting titles with seven great baseball cards from the career of Rod Carew.

Clemente Still Revered By Fans and Collectors

Forty-three years after his 3,000th and final hit, we’ve got a list of 10 great Roberto Clemente cards to consider.

Remembering ‘The Man’: Six Great Cards Of Stan Musial

Stan Musial played in his final major-league game 52 years ago today. Here are six essential cards to honor the Cardinals’ immortal No. 6.

Review: New Standard Catalog Is Eclectic And Thorough

The just-released fifth edition of the “Standard Catalog of Vintage Baseball Cards” remains a sturdy reference guide for collectors. Packed into 696 pages are more than 250,000 values for cards issued between 1863 and 1980, with most broken down into three conditions (near mint, excellent and very good). In the book, cards are organized alphabetically […]

Legendary T206 Doyle Variation Headlines REA Fall Auction

A T206 card far more scarce than the famous Honus Wagner makes a rare appearance at Robert Edward Auctions as the company prepares to launch its fall event.

Ranking the Population of Early Mantle Cards

Our infographic puts the population of graded early Mickey Mantle cards in focus.

Happy Anniversary: 1965 Bazooka Baseball Cards

Fifty years after its release, our Vintage Set of the Week is 1965 Bazooka Baseball, which brought back the usual Hall of Famers and mixed in some newcomers.

Collecting Cy Young

On the anniversary of his 511th and last win, anything original associated with one of the game’s giant figures is worth owning.

Vintage Set Break of the Month: 1964 Topps Baseball

Five bucks gets you a chance at Mantle, Clemente, Mays, Rose and other stars and Hall of Famers in this month’s Vintage Set Break from Burl’s Sports.

Robin Yount Rookie Card Turns 40 as ‘Kid’ Turns 60

The Robin Yount rookie card may not be the most valuable in the 1975 set, but it’s the toughest of the premier first year players to find in high grade.

Mile High Opens Extra Innings Auction

A look at some of the items up for bid in Mile High Card Company’s current auction, a warm-up to their annual fall event set to begin later this month.

1971 Kellogg’s Baseball Cards Were a Breakfast Bonus

The 1971 Kellogg’s 3-D baseball cards are the toughest of all of the company’s sets and completing one without imperfections is a tall order.

1960 Fleer Football Cards Helped Launch AFL

Fifty-five years ago Wednesday, the AFL kicked off with the 1960 Fleer Football set hoping to lure young eyes to the new league.

1956 Topps Football Was Beginning Of An Era

Fresh from buying out its top competitor, Topps entered the NFL marked by unveiling its landmark 1956 football set.

1967 Royal Castle Dolphins Set Marks Auer’s Place in History

49 years ago Wednesday, Joe Auer scored the first touchdown in Miami Dolphins’ history on a kick return. The checklist of his football cards is a small one.

1965 Topps Football Set is More Than Just Broadway Joe

Fifty years ago, Topps released big cards for a league that had big dreams. The 1965 Topps Football set has stars, single prints and…that Namath guy.

Hires Root Beer Baseball Cards a Tasty Challenge

One of the more popular and elusive food issues of the decade was the 1958 Hire’s Root Beer set–and it’s even tougher “test” brother.