Nothing wrong with a little nostalgic fun heading into the weekend. Or is it the closest collectors will get to an acid trip?
You’ll get beardless base cards and rare bearded parallels among the stars and autographs in Upper Deck’s 2011-12 OPC hockey cards.
Not long after being served with a lawsuit, Upper Deck’s American interests have filed a counterclaim against its international arm.
Cleveland fans might prefer burning them, but UDA is offering the shoes LeBron James wore in his first game there as a member of the Heat.
In the latest round of never ending legal battles, Upper Deck International is now suing its US-based subsidiary and CEO after losing what it claims are millions of dollars and laying off dozens because of counterfeit gaming cards.
Panini has hired a former Upper Deck project manager to take over its NBA and NHL product development.
Rookie cards of top prospects Cody Hodgson, Joe Colborne, Jonathan Blum and Matt Frattin are part of the 250-card set aimed at the budget-minded and younger crowd while providing some hockey card roster depth.
Upper Deck pushes out its latest football product, leaning again on college football photos and logos.
The latest round of layoffs includes public relations manager Terry Melia.
One rookie card, autograph card and memorabilia card should be in every pack, on average.
Blowout Cards has answered Upper Deck’s court papers with a lawsuit of its own, alleging violations of federal anti-trust laws.
If you can prove you’re nuts about hockey, Upper Deck might send you to the NHL Rookie Showcase next month.
Upper Deck returns to the National Sports Collectors Convention with wrapper redemptions and some special autographed items randomly given away.
Cashing in a childhood collection, Addie Joss’ All-Star Game turns 100 and Upper Deck makes some former Carolina jocks happy.
Upper Deck has filed suit in federal court, asking a judge to back its new distribution policy.
Golfer Retief Goosen challenged the U.S. tax laws. The result of the case sheds some light on how much card companies pay for autographs and memorabilia and it could have wide ranging affects on other foreign athletes who compete here.
Topps previews its factory hobby football set while Upper Deck has plans for the NHL entry draft.
An explosion of products, the rise of eBay and some pricey packs all combined to water down the modern trading card industry.
The season is over but the printing presses will soon roll as Upper Deck deems the Boston Bruins’ first Stanley Cup title since 1972 worthy of boxed set status.
Being the first Yankee with 3,000 hits won’t hurt the memorabilia factor and we’ve got the scoop on who’s buying and selling what.