Two autographs per box and no redemptions are nice but Rich has another reason for liking the short and long-term future of Topps 2015 Inception Football.
Rich Klein examines reader reaction to his post backing base cards, wary card shop owners in Dallas, a Plano show update and more in his latest Ramblings.
The manufacturer makes sure no one goes away without an autograph in 2011 Topps Precision football.
It’s a couple of weeks after the launch of 2012 Topps Series One. Rich Klein breaks open a box now that things have settled a bit.
Somewhere down the line, these pricey boxes could yield some valuable rookie cards…but which ones? Rich Klein digs in.
It’s essentially a package of autographs. 2012 Panini Preferred thumbs its nose at the lowly base card, but if low numbered autos are your thing, you’ll be guaranteed three.
Topps will bring back its USA Baseball set in 2011, issuing cards of National team members just before Christmas.
If you’ve got the cash, Topps is working on the cadillac brand of its football card line, 2011 Five Star.
What collectors now take for granted was revolutionary when this brand hit the shelves. 2011 Topps Finest football is distributed differently these days.
Panini Threads goes horizontal for its 2011 football issue. We get a look at what the hobby boxes offer while opening the less expensive blaster.
Upper Deck’s super premium hockey cards are generating plenty of sales with six-card boxes pushing past $450 each.
Rich Klein fishes for prospect autos in his box of 2011 Bowman Platinum.
When the season winds down, Bowman Chrome will crank up with a fresh group of prospects in the checklist.
Panini offers a ride in the way back machine for one of its basketball card sets. What, no Don Mattingly rookie?
Topps spills the beans on its latest retro baseball set.
Topps Chrome football has one less auto than its baseball counterpart, but more hits.
Allen & Ginter appeals to those who like a little something other than baseball in their card packs.
Topps has gathered bones, swatches, autographs and even some cardboard for its next edition of Allen & Ginter.