We’ve got the show hours, what one auction company is bringing to whet your appetite for fall and Panini details its wrapper redemption program.
Football is back and so is Triple Threads. We’ve not preview images and more.
It’s taken almost 25 years but Rocke Sweaney, who lives in the shadows of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, has an autograph from nearly every member.
Tristar Productions will have its own free card promo at this year’s National while debuting its first football series through the OBAK brand.
Lou Groza’s son stops by the Antiques Roadshow to get an appraisal on some inherited items from the Hall of Famer’s career.
Topps previews its factory hobby football set while Upper Deck has plans for the NHL entry draft.
Topps will put its stock in this year’s NFL rookie class in its Chrome football brand.
An online dealer is proving there’s a big market for modern era football cards.
Looking for a vintage football card set that won’t crush your budget? This might be the one.
Rookie patches will join the pair of autographed cards inside Topps’ base brand hobby boxes this summer while the company promises it’ll honor the two autograph guarantee in Gypsy Queen baseball.
Plenty of cool old photos of football greats in their college days. Anything else in our 2011 Upper Deck football blaster box?
Upper Deck hopes its mix of early autographed rookie cards and the new Evolution video trading cards offsets the lack of an NFL license.
Topps will trot out its Finest Football product about three weeks before the season is scheduled to start.
The draft will happen but will those photo shoot jersey swatches and autographs of players who can’t play be enough to carry sales of football cards in 2011?
Some bad investments sent Mark Brunell scrambling to find a way to pay off a mountain of debt.
Your football card collection may include some pro wrestlers…whether you like it or not.
Collectors may know about the 1952 set, but 1951 Topps Baseball cards included some quirky classics.
Lockout, schmockout. Bring on the football cards.
The largest privately held collection of audio recordings of sports events–the lifelong passion of one man– has a new home inside the nation’s library.
Topps says it’s pulled out all of the stops for its newest super premium line. Will it be worth the investment?