Want a sure seller? Snatch up some of the best Texas-themed football cards of the past 15 years.
Topps goes head first into minor league cards.
Some comments from shop owners, distributors, licensees, card company reps and others on the state of the industry.
Less than a month after his name was called, Tim Tebow’s first football card will show up in Panini’s first 2010 football product.
Launched in the boom years, Topps’ long-running high end set is back for another year.
Hundreds of T206 cards were up for grabs in a special auction featuring a scarce Ty Cobb.
Five mint condition, long-retired Hall of Fame studs you can buy for the price of a game ticket.
If you’re betting your football card investment dollars on the number one overall pick in Thursday night’s NFL draft, history says you’re losing money.
The industry has to connect with kids’ habits if it’s going to stay relevant according to one former sports card company executive.
A TV station examines the sports card industry with a local shop.
An Arizona Diamondbacks executive owns one of the country’s best baseball card collections, thanks to a mom who couldn’t bear to throw them out.
Finding a triple autograph in a pack of UFC cards was worth more than just the card.
Details on Upper Deck’s latest high-end hockey card packs.
Some 2010 Topps Finest Jason Heyward cards will carry the young slugger’s autograph.
The latest edition of the popular Jewish Major Leaguers series that began in 2005 will be the last…at least for awhile.
Upper Deck’s new frontier includes a basketball card issue featuring players in their pre-professional days.
In the Game was hoping its efforts would mean some NHL licensing love, but it didn’t happen.
His name is on the box, but Brett Favre wasn’t in the 09 Topps factory set and one Minnesota man is miffed.
The last 4 1/2 months haven’t been kind to Upper Deck.
Author Dave Jamieson answers questions about his new book on the history of baseball cards–and those who had the biggest impact.