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.
Ty Cobb’s promised 1925 power eruption comes to life with a signed baseball he put into the right field seats to set a record. It joins Jeffrey Maier’s infamous glove and more.
They remain among the NFL gold standard and competition for Aaron Rodgers cards is strong as he continues a Hall of Fame type career.
Scoff if you must at the volatility of the new card market, but clearly there’s a bull market on Aaron Rodgers rookie cards that shows no sign of slowing down.
Some notes in the Editor’s Blog including a look at a special rookie card on eBay, a brief glimpse of some of the hot cards in 2012 Topps Marquee and one auction company says demand for high quality game used memorabilia is way up.
Brett Favre will do a VERY limited private signing just before camp and it’s gotten a little mainstream media attention.
Which modern era football card sets might actually be worth space on your shelf?
A near-lifelong sports card collection is gone in minutes.