You’ve heard of Goudey cards but they have a contemporary that’s much harder to find but even more attractive. Meet the 1933 George C. Miller baseball set.
You think your stuff is rare? Try tracking down some of these Cuban baseball cards and other rarities now on the auction block.
Some collectors at this weekend’s All-American Sports Collectors Show walked away with some well-loved, but still valuable door prizes as the three-day event tried to stake its claim as a yearly event.
A group of seven ultra rare 1888-89 Old Judge cabinet cards was recently uncovered in an old trunk. Now, the oversized cards including some Hall of Famers, is heading for auction.
In the last of a 5-part series on the card sets of the 90s, Chris Harris offers his choices for the most forgettable issues thrust upon the hobby.
Ten Hall of Famers from the recently discovered Ohio find of E98s will be on display at the Long Beach Expo.
2012 Panini Prime Cuts will feature strictly autograph and relic cards as the company dishes out a revamped product.
He’s not around to sign autographs anymore but that didn’t stop collectors and dealers from turning out for the 2nd Mickey Mantle Show.
Topps is saying no to relics and yes to more autographs in its 2012 Bowman Sterling baseball product, due out in time for Christmas.
Not everything in the 1990s was overproduced and some of it was groundbreaking. Chris Harris has five of the most underrated products that are getting on in years now.
They were a good deal at the time, but finding 1970 Topps rack and grocery rack packs is a tall order.
At just 54 cards, with reasonably priced Hall of Famers and a pair of cards that feature Babe Ruth, the 1931 W517 baseball set is easy to like.
Bat knobs and guaranteed autographs seem to be driving sales of the brand new 2012 Topps Tier One baseball product.
The second of the annual trilogy is in stores or on its way. Here’s what we know about 2012 Topps Series 2.
Topps is offering a new set of 50 cards as part of a 2012 Series II wrapper redemption program, this time including packs purchased at places like Target and Walmart.
A card shop owner lands one of the ten Golden Ticket baseballs signed by a trio of all-time greats.
Collectors of 1970 Topps have more than one wax box to choose from.
For collectors, ‘Opening Day’ means ripping the first packs of the year’s first cards, when celebrity collectors blog, dealers bust mountains of cases and buyers and sellers test eBay’s servers.
Topps has added a pair of short prints to its upcoming 2012 Series One set thanks to some graphic artistry.
Rich Klein examines some of the modern trading card industry’s watershed moments.