Delays in the construction of a new casino have forced Hunt Auctions to postpone the spring Philly Show to a June weekend.
Pull redemption card #1 from the 2012 Topps Prime 9 promotion? Take it to your local hobby shop and exchange it for a Willie Mays.
The NFL and its publisher continue the long-running series of game day publications for the Super Bowl… and we’ve got a look at the first 10 game programs too.
Couldn’t make it to Toronto over the weekend? Here are some photos from the Sports Card Expo.
Topps is bringing back one of its debut sets of 2011, Gypsy Queen Baseball. We’ve got a peek at what to expect.
Around the horn we go on the NFL’s opening night, with some Topps news, some love for Wheaties, a website note…and a link to one of the best sports columns you’ll read this year.
George W. Bush, crafty right-hander is part of this year’s Allen & Ginter set, with 200 signed cards sprinkled across America. One of them has already made its way to eBay.
Cashing in a childhood collection, Addie Joss’ All-Star Game turns 100 and Upper Deck makes some former Carolina jocks happy.
Topps Chrome returns for another late-summer engagement.
Sports artist Opie Otterstad’s MLB-sanctioned painting of the Giants 2010 victory comes out next week. Players are often among the first in line to score a print in this decade-long series.
What’s the market like in the wake of Green Bay’s 13th NFL championship–and Aaron Rodgers’ first?
The game is still more than a week away, but the program for Super Bowl XLV is out. We’ve got the video of the printing process and a visit to a Milwaukee card show where Packers stuff is even hotter than usual.
In The Game will continue its celebration of 100 years of hockey card collecting with the January release of its traditional Heroes and Prospects set.
Cleveland’s finest auction some hot cards…and buy yourself a Christmas gift you can feel good about.
Loaded? Skip the rookie card and buy his rare Mercedes McLaren SLR at a bargain price of $429,998.
Future Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman’s 600th save will be immortalized in a special litho.
It’s the best resource out there…and it doubles as a piece of workout equipment.
They may turn out to be some of the most hard-to-find Stephen Strasburg rookie cards issued this year…unless you happened to be in Anaheim.
The latest edition of the popular Jewish Major Leaguers series that began in 2005 will be the last…at least for awhile.
Super Bowl program collectors will be adding a new edition to their collection.