A photo from the earliest days of Bart Starr’s NFL career emerges as the Packers prepare to welcome him back, perhaps for the final time.
You can find them just about anywhere now, but the most valuable Super Bowl programs are from those early days when that wasn’t even the name of the game.
From Bart to Brady and beyond, we’ve got the complete list of Super Bowl MVPs and their first appearance on football cards.
Fifty-five years after Vince Lombardi arrived and helped turn him into an icon, Bart Starr cards remain among the most popular of all NFL Hall of Famers.
From Hall of Famers to tragic stories of lives cut short, a look at 10 of the best football cards of the 60s.
It took years to complete, but Ken Gardner now owns a collection of signed Super Bowl programs I-XLVI. He had them up for sale at the National.
Always a team player, Bart Starr and his wife turned over their booty of 1960s championship jewelry to the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame.
A quick buck turned into more theft charges against Robert Benson–who has apparently avoided lengthy jail terms despite a long rap sheet.
Dozens of the most important football cards ever issued were sold over the weekend in Memory Lane’s first-ever all-football event.
A list of the top ten Topps football cards ever produced and links to sellers offering them for sale.
Looking for a timely project? Try collecting a complete run of Super Bowl MVP rookie cards.