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It’s A Wrap: Collecting Football Wrappers Can Be A Challenge

1955-Topps-All-American-5-cent

Most were discarded in favor of what’s inside but that makes collecting vintage football wrappers a challenge.

Set of the Week: 1980 Topps Baseball Marked the End of a Monopoly

Pete Rose 1980 Topps

With Fleer and Donruss waiting in the wings, 1980 Topps baseball was the last set of the monopoly era and featured Rickey Henderson’s sole rookie card.

Fleer Photographer Recalls Career

From left: Chuck Solomon from Topps, Bob Bartosz of Fleer and Jack Wallin of Donruss at right in early 1980's photo (Bartosz collection).

The man who helped put Fleer on the baseball card map through his photos, both serious and zany, looks back on his career.

Pack Break of the Week: 1984 Fleer Baseball

Fleer 1984 Baseball pack

Mattingly and Strawberry were the new kids in town and it was a three-way battle for collectors’ quarters when 1984 Fleer Baseball packs arrived.

1996-97 Fleer Sprite Basketball Issue Features Kobe Bryant Rookie, Australian Version

Sprite 1996-97 basketball cards

A relatively obscure basketball set might be worth another look. 1996-97 Sprite has a Kobe Bryant rookie and even an Australian version.

What’s Hot: Fleer Retro – Who Says You Can’t Go Home?

MJ Retro

Mike Fruitman says Upper Deck has found a time machine with 2011-12 Fleer Retro Basketball with prices on the rise thanks to Michael Jordan and co.

Not Guilty Verdict Creates Mini Rush on Clemens Rookie Cards

1984 Fleer Update Roger Clemens rookie card

One monkey is off the back of one of the greatest pitchers of all-time and the once quiet Roger Clemens rookie cards have been making waves.

Fleer’s Cosmic Pro Visions

Pro Visions

Nothing wrong with a little nostalgic fun heading into the weekend. Or is it the closest collectors will get to an acid trip?

Ten Underpriced Football Rookie Cards

Wading through the abyss of post-1990 football rookie cards can be difficult, but there may be some relative bargains out there.

Michael Jordan Rookie Cards Now a Bargain?

He’s no longer playing, but is that any reason for the 1986-87 Fleer card to trade at its current level?

1986-87 Fleer Basketball Set More Than Just Jordan

It wasn’t a splash. More like a ripple. When Fleer announced plans to produce a nationally distributed basketball card set in 1986, it didn’t create massive shock waves in the hobby. Basketball was alive thanks to Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and, of course, Jordan. But its cards were still playing third fiddle to baseball and […]