Topps’ Diamond Dig helps kick off the 2011 baseball card season as some committed couples hope to walk away from a pit full of rubber balls and bats with a $10,000 engagement ring.
It’s full speed ahead at Upper Deck, which continues its 21 year run with a 600-card base set now on the market.
Historic flannels and bats connected to some of the biggest names in baseball history have surfaced in one sports memorabilia company’s final auction of 2009.
Although the 2009 Topps T206 Baseball selling information solicited autographed cards featuring stickers, Topps says that 80% of the autographs in the product are signed on-card. Topps T206 (100th Anniversary Ed.) just shipped and guarantees 2 autographs and/or relics in every box. The company also says that it’s taking steps to improve its online redemption […]
The Basketball Hall of Fame is 50 and some of its treasures are on display in a new book.
Retro jersey maker Mitchell & Ness has turned the 25th anniversary of Michael Jordan’s NBA debut into a collectible.