No, we’re not advocating that you create Frankencards out of the real deal. But if you know a little about Photoshop, here are some guidelines you can use to create some cool cards with that vintage feel.
The T206 Eddie Plank plays Lou Gehrig to its more Ruthian-like brother, Honus Wagner, but serious collectors know how scarce it is.
Topps Baseball Stickers may have been designed for kids, but the throwback nature hooked adult collectors. Now they’re coming back in 2012.
The dust has settled and Robert Edward Auctions assesses the state of the vintage baseball card and memorabilia market following its annual catalog event.
Stats AND player-specific cartoons the back of baseball cards? Now those were the days. ESPN’s Jim Caple waxes nostalgic…with a new twist.
Panini offers a ride in the way back machine for one of its basketball card sets. What, no Don Mattingly rookie?
A special pen can help you get rid of a signature you’d rather not have adorning that photo or baseball card.
A low grade ‘holy grail’ is up on eBay…and this one is real.
Card shop owners are thanking the Washington Nationals for bringing Stephen Strasburg to the majors in time to drive summer sales.
If you cracked the code during Stephen Strasburg’s big league debut last week, your card won’t lack for bidders.
Need money? Need space? Some things to keep in mind as you make the difficult decision to downsize and how to maximize your return.
If it’s got the name Strasburg on it, the Nats’ AAA team is ready to create it…and sell it.
Topps is hoping its new games hook kids on the brand, while reducing confusion in the marketplace.
Someone at Fox News apparently just discovered his collection of Bonds, McGwire and Canseco rookie cards aren’t worth squat.
One former overproduction years card buyer has a few gripes to air about his era.
A PSA 10 1968 Topps Mickey Mantle card finds a new home via eBay at over $10,000.