A dealer watched a thief steal a near set of 1975 Topps but opted to turn his frustration into a crowd sourcing effort to help a young collector.
The near set of 1915 Cracker Jack cards found 34 years ago at a farm auction for $15 is sold for a lot more; a new sports card store opens and we have video and hobby veteran Terry Melia is back in the game as PR man for Leaf.
Current and former collectors weren’t shy about expressing their opinion when it comes to offering suggestions to the trading card manufacturers.
Speed and social sharing enhancements have been added and we’ve increased our commitment to the Sports Collectors Social Network.
It’s been an interesting week for Rich Klein, whose physical ramblings earned him some black and blue marks and a little perspective on what we should make the focus of our ‘collection’.
Topps continues its aggressive push toward branding itself in the digital age.
The Editor’s Blog mulls the latest headlines and whether the dearth of card shops and the rise of technology might be creating some new brick-and-mortars.
Promoting a sports card or trade show in the 21st century means being interactive
More hobby tidbits to snack on including a historic baseball document, Carmelo and some card company talk.
Topps offers a one-card sneak peek at its 2011 baseball issue.