It’s still the 2009 football season at Upper Deck, where Exquisite Collection has returned.
A complete uniform worn by Hall of Famer Steve Carlton during his finest big league season was one of the major targets in Huggins & Scott’s latest catalog auction. The 1972 Phillies jersey and pants had been virtually untouched in the 38 years since Carlton wore it while winning the National League Cy Young award. […]
High-grade vintage stars and sets from all sports go on the auction block later this week.
Topps Attax is not rocket science, but the game is attractive enough to be a big money-maker and an obsession for company CEO Michael Eisner.
Topps is taking its eTopps program into the minors.
Kobe rips some packs with the company that’s paying him to appear on the front.
Topps’ version of Where’s Waldo has made some collectors roll their eyes, but it’s also generated ongoing interest in the company’s cards, weeks after their initial release.
Steve Carlton, meet Roy Halladay.
It’s all about discretionary income.
Cincinnati Reds season ticket holders got a little dose of the baseball card hobby when their season tickets arrived this month. The team’s ticket design focuses on classic Reds cards through the years, with players who made their mark on the team in one way or another being honored with their Topps card on the […]
Some Canadian hockey stores are drawing props for their business savvy and collector friendliness.
Upper Deck survives a long court challenge over its creation of memorabilia cards in the 1990s.
A 1957 Parkhurst hockey set made it to a Canadian post office, but then what?
2009 NFL Player of the Day Grand Prize event includes party at his home, a shopping spree and a free autograph session
Panini is hoping its monumental push behind the new Adrenalyn NBA cards gets more kids into collecting.
Cal Ripken Jr. made the round of the TV morning shows in New York, helping Topps promote its Million Card Giveaway.
Topps will officially announce its Million Card Giveaway today…and there’s more than one ’52 Mickey Mantle out there somewhere.
Good news? It’s a rookie autograph. Bad news? He’s out for the year.
Dozens of the most important football cards ever issued were sold over the weekend in Memory Lane’s first-ever all-football event.