A long career in baseball and several World Series titles under his belt, Gene Tenace is ready to move some of his best stuff.
The 1975 Topps set certainly stands out–for its rookie cards and its technicolor design.
Chuck Noll football cards in mainstream issues are few and far between but he’s not alone among NFL coaches in that regard.
The 1974 Topps baseball set was issued all at once and thanks to one franchise’s uncertainty, it didn’t all go swimmingly.
Rich Klein’s Ramblings tackles part 2 of a look back at the ebb and flow of key rookie cards in the 1970s and 80s.
A mammoth group of vintage sports cards is being sold off this weekend on eBay as Just Co;llect wraps up 2013 with its biggest auction of the year.
On Christmas Eve, Rich Klein is recalling some famous radio voices and how baseball cards and the Game of the Week connected us all with the game.
He’s old enough to have been discovered by Cubs’ scout and Negro League legend Buck O’Neil. Old enough to have gotten the last hit—a game winner—at Connie Mack Stadium. He’s young enough to have hit against Roger Clemens. In between, he made baseball card history. The 1976 Topps Traded Oscar Gamble is an all-time classic. […]
Business owners, ticket sellers, milkmen…you name it, players did it before big salaries. Baseball cards reveal it all.
A troubled iconic American brand has bid farewell, but long-time collectors remember when Hostess baseball card sets created a rush on snack cakes.
A look at some scarce 1970s Topps baseball wrappers.
The end of the 1960s signifies the end of the “vintage” era for many collectors. To many, the 70s feel modern somehow. Collectors can find most card sets–all Topps of course–with little trouble. They’re not expensive, unless you’re talking mint sets or graded, mint rookie cards. Still, the latter-year baby boomers entering the hobby and […]