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.
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.
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.
What are the hottest products in sports card shops? Join us for the inaugural flight of What’s Hot in the Shop.
A Massachusetts district attorney says the case involving some stolen game-used Red Sox memorabilia involved a tale of sick kids that even convinced an auction house.
Topps owns up to the fun it had creating some of those variations and short prints in the 2011 Heritage baseball card product.
Seven players who signed for the Hot Rookies Signatures set are more scarce than the other 10 players in the set.
Some fresh rookie cards and a limited quantities are what Panini is hoping will drive one of the company’s first hockey card products.
Two young arms are added to the Topps’ 2010 base product rookie redemption set.
A bat, a hunch, an x-ray, an old Beckett magazine and presto…it’s a brand new Pete Rose controversy.