A list of the coolest sports cards and collectibles that don’t all cost an arm and a leg.
As an investment baseball cards are much like the stock market. Some cards are fads that are subject to large fluctuations upward or downward. Others are similar to blue chip stocks that have much less movement in terms of value. Mickey Mantle baseball cards certainly fall in the blue chip category. Mantle cards are perhaps […]
Rich Klein raps about the early days of a now familiar Topps product while unwrapping this year’s Chrome baseball.
New products are out, but vintage card collectors are on the prowl, too, sometimes hoping to turn raw into graded.
Cam Perron’s work with not only finding former Negro League players, but reuniting them with old teammates AND securing overdue pensions, is catching the eye of Major League Baseball.
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.
Don’t throw those wrappers away. It’s the only way you can get 2012 Topps Gold Rush cards–but you’ll need several hundred to have a shot at a set.
Topps has added a pair of short prints to its upcoming 2012 Series One set thanks to some graphic artistry.
Topps’ copyright claims against Leaf won’t be going to trial. The two card companies have agreed to a joint dismissal.
It’s still in the quirky mode of the original, but you’ll find more baseball content in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter baseball.
Steve Hart loses his dirty clothes and IRS paperwork to thieves, who leave behind far more valuable cargo.
Being patient has paid off for some buyers of Hall of Fame baseball autographs. Here are some sales that prove it.
Rich Klein examines some of the modern trading card industry’s watershed moments.
After a photo tease last week, Topps has released information about its upcoming resurrection of the Archives set. Chris Harris has the lowdown.
Some history-making game-used items are now in a 2011 World Series exhibit at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Rich Klein’s visit to Barnes & Noble jogged the memory banks about card shops past and present.
Topps has achieved peace with honor with its often ignored Opening Day baseball product, set to return in 2012.
Putting Cleveland Indians memorabilia on display in his office turned out to be great advertising for a deputy who now owns a cool ball.
No million dollar bid so far for the most famous error ball in modern baseball history; a look at the Hall’s World Series stash and a visit to a famous Babe Ruth card.
Topps offers a look at the next edition of its Heritage Baseball line, an ode to 1963.