This is the kind of stuff you’re really hoping is inside that shiny wrapping paper, aren’t you?
The 1952 Berk Ross set marked the end of the company’s brief tenure producing baseball cards.
Rare even by the standards of the high numbers, the 1952 Topps Eddie Mathews rookie is among the most sought after post-War vintage cards.
A PSA 6 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle soars past $133,000 at auction while the fifth best master set, including an ‘8’, is being broken up and sold.
Over 350 lots are in the auction including an example of the high-flying 1952 Mantle and several Goudey Babe Ruth cards.
1933 Tattoo Orbit baseball is small but with 17 Hall of Famers sprinkled among the 60-card set and a limited number available, it’s a pre-War bargain.
Once a favorite of baseball loving kids, the 1966 Topps Rub-Offs set is a condition-sensitive challenge. And it helps if you can read backwards.
It’s double printed, sure, but so is that Mantle guy. The 1952 Topps Jackie Robinson is among the most sought after cards in the high number series.
There have been 14 Rookie of the Year winners who have been elected to the Hall of Fame. Here are some nice but affordable rookie cards of five of them.
The 1952 Topps Willie Mays represents a time when he was wearing a different kind of uniform.
One of the more underrated vintage issues, the 1954 Bowman football set boasted some decent star power and a nice rookie crop.
A dealer watched a thief steal a near set of 1975 Topps but opted to turn his frustration into a crowd sourcing effort to help a young collector.
Six original paintings used to create cards in the 1953 Topps set are on the auction block.
Can’t afford the Mantle, let alone a full set? Here are ten underrated 1952 Topps baseball cards that won’t set you back a mint.
Some believe the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle is the most popular baseball card of all-time. A picture-perfect presentation of a star being born in New York, the Mantle card is a favorite of those seeking to invest in sports memorabilia and also of those who understand its significance in the hobby. Mantle, of course, was […]
Bidding came to a close on eBay Sunday with a new record price set for a graded, NM/MT example of MIckey Mantle’s first Topps card.
The 1964 Philadelphia football set has plenty of quirks including a car behind Jim Brown, a few notable gaffes and cameos by some very famous coaches.
Apparently tucked away and forgotten, 13 cards from the 1911 Sporting Life M116 set discovered in an attic are about to be sold at auction.
A prolific slugger in two leagues, ‘The Beast’ is far from pricey, even on some of the best cards from his playing days. Here are seven great cards tied to his long career.
The 1969 Mets shocked the baseball world by winning the World Series. Here is a look at the rookie cards of those nine players who started the clincher.