Busting a big box of 2011 Topps Triple Threads football.
You have your game worn jerseys. You have your game worn pants. But if you’re Gil Byrd, circa 1991, they’re one and the same.
Huggins and Scott launches its final catalog sale of 2011 at noon today.
Panini’s HRX video trading cards debuted in basketball, but they’ll be hitting boxes of Totally Certified football later this season.
A strong rookie class and a popular brand are spelling sales for dealers. What’s inside our buster’s box?
A waiter who treated the world champs right earned a team signed football along with his tip. Now, the fresh-to-the-hobby ball with 53 top of the line autographs representing the first Super Bowl winners is going on the auction block.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame will be home to a collection of early NFL documents and memorabilia from the family of Dutch Sternaman.
Panini has released a special 64-card set of football cards carrying the Gridiron Gear design, but with a breast cancer awareness twist.
A box break of 2011 Topps Platinum football reveals what’s inside one of Topps’ latest football card products.
If you’ve got the cash, Topps is working on the cadillac brand of its football card line, 2011 Five Star.
What collectors now take for granted was revolutionary when this brand hit the shelves. 2011 Topps Finest football is distributed differently these days.
His hobby was the Hawkeyes…and Howard Venden has a huge collection to prove it. Now, it’s all being sold.
Topps unveils another high end hobby-exclusive football card product.
Panini’s 2011 Threads football product is back with Autographed Rookie Class Nameplates and Pro Gridiron Kings insert cards.
Football is back and so, for the 56th year, are Topps football cards. Rich Klein tackles a fresh box.
Broadway Joe returns to Broadway, stopping in to chat with David Letterman on the Late Show about Super Bowl III, the circumstances behind his rookie card and he brings along Dave’s Topps football rookie.
Panini Gold Standard Football will include diamonds and gold for a few lucky pack busters, but sticker autographs are there, too.
At a hotel in Canton, Ohio are hundreds of shiny new items–all waiting for autographs from Hall of Famers attending the induction ceremony as the NFL tries to raise money for former players and other charities.
Upper Deck pushes out its latest football product, leaning again on college football photos and logos.