Don’t have a fortune to invest in big-time rookies? Love NFL history? Grab these 1950s football cards and you won’t be sorry.
It was near the middle of May when the NFL held its annual draft. Now, some mere weeks later, after the evaluations and debates over who “won” or who “lost” the draft, the really important follow-up takes place…the first rookie cards of the players drafted in the uniforms of their new teams. 2014 Panini Elite […]
2014 Bowman Football will be out in June promising four on card autographs and a veteran relic in each box.
Mantei Te’o’s marketability may never be the same.
They’ll try to keep the autographs flowing and the quantities low when 2012 Panini Playbook football hits store shelves next year.
Rich Klein tears open a box of what’s become a popular product since its mid-September release: 2012 Topps Platinum.
Rich Klein digs into a box of 2012 Topps Finest while digging into the history of this long-running product, a pioneer in the ‘short print run’ game.
The NFL’s first Wednesday night opener since the 1940s also produced a fresh football card star.
The find of the rarest card from football card collecting’s rarest vintage issue is putting the focus back on the 1894 May’s football set.
The manufacturer makes sure no one goes away without an autograph in 2011 Topps Precision football.
Better late than never. Basketball cards make their debut this week and thanks to Jeremy Lin, they’re getting a jump start.
New products are out, but vintage card collectors are on the prowl, too, sometimes hoping to turn raw into graded.
Jack Butler had played six seasons in the NFL before he finally appeared on a football card. His wait to get into the Hall of Fame was a lot longer.
Over 100 footballs will be used in the Super Bowl game on February 5, and to protect against possible counterfeiting every one of them will be “tagged” with a specially-prepared synthetic DNA ink that leaves an invisible-to-the-naked-eye security mark.
The price per card is steep when it comes to 2011 Topps Supreme football. Rich Klein tackles a 4-card pack.
What’s hot in sports card shops? Football remains king, but new products are on the way and there’s a buzz around the impending arrival of Kyrie Irving cards.
Some Tim Tebow autographed cards have been hustled into 2012 Topps Supreme football–and the company is using his comeback games for another news series of signed cards in another upcoming product.
What’s Hot in the Shop returns for its first 2012 edition. Tim Tebow is generating sales, but some other names are on collectors’ minds too.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame shows off a helmet from one of the modern greats of the game.
The uniform worn by Drew Brees when he broke Dan Marino’s single-season passing yardage record goes on display in Canton. Watch them unpack the box.