Build an impressive mini hoops museum for a minimal investment.
With the clock ticking down on a long history of production, here’s a list of our picks for the top 10 vintage Topps football cards ever made.
A California library will display several hundred vintage baseball cards this spring as part of a new nonprofit group’s efforts to share the hobby.
You’ll need two hands to handle 1976-77 Topps basketball cards–a big, bold venture with a Hall of Fame roster and photos that are quintessentially 70s.
The three remaining cards from the Lucky 7 Find of T206 Cobb with Cobb tobacco backs have been placed on eBay.
The 1961 Bazooka baseball set includes a high percentage of Hall of Famers including a couple of guys who got plenty of attention that summer.
Diamondbacks owner and collector Ken Kendrick’s best cards are on display in Phoenix but there are four others he has his eye on.
The 1974-75 Topps basketball set marks the farewell for a trio of pro legends and the arrival of some names we’re still hearing today.
Another of the ‘Lucky 7 Find’ cards finds a new home for a seven-figure price with more than half of the group now claimed by buyers.
Hunt Auctions will offer an original scrapbook collection of 1920s and 30s baseball cards, including a rare 1933 Goudey Nap Lajoie, in its upcoming catalog.
Another of the newly discovered T206 Ty Cobb cards with Cobb Tobacco backs is reported sold and the values of the rare cards get updated pricing info.
There are plenty of great, original Ty Cobb cards that are great to own–but don’t cost a million bucks.
The family is staying low-key but it’s the deal of a lifetime for MINT State’s Rick Snyder, given charge of selling the 7 newly discovered Ty Cobb cards.
Not widely distributed and not often in good shape, the 1956 Topps Pins (or ‘Buttons’) offer a star-studded challenge…but watch out for a trio of rarities.
One of two 1888 Allen & Ginter cards of Buck Ewing graded PSA 9 joins The Babe, Ty, Honus, Mickey, Willie and more in Memory Lane’s I Own It Now catalog.
The 1936 S&S Game card set offers big name stars and little prices.
From Thurman to Ozzie, a look at the players on the best baseball rookie cards by year–1970s edition.
With more than three dozen Hall of Famers on the checklist but no major rookie cards, the 1973-74 Topps Basketball set is one of the best values around.
Joe, Ted and Pee Wee’s rookie card are just some of the cards up for grabs as the popular 1941 Play Ball set goes into break mode.
Some of the world’s top grade baseball cards from the collection of Diamondbacks’ owner Ken Kendrick will be on display in Phoenix.