Breaking a hobby box of 2011 Topps Heritage reveals more of what makes the brand such a hit with die-hard collectors, according to Rich Klein.
Topps will keep the presses rolling later this summer with a new baseball card line that shakes the dust off some vintage designs.
Topps owns up to the fun it had creating some of those variations and short prints in the 2011 Heritage baseball card product.
Topps will release a rookie-centered Inception product just as training camps are about to begin–we hope.
A new website is offering information and a gateway to safely buying autographed sports memorabilia.
eBay hopes a little less logging in will keep you buying and selling longer.
Topps goes organic with 2011 Allen and Ginter…and offers what it’s calling its best autograph lineup in the product’s six-year history.
The National Sports Collectors Convention keeps its publicity eggs in the Schulte Sports basket.
Collectors, dealers and others who showed up at the National Sports Collectors Convention made a big impact on the city’s tourism trade.
Topps will issue just one series of its Pro Debut minor league set this year.
The game is still more than a week away, but the program for Super Bowl XLV is out. We’ve got the video of the printing process and a visit to a Milwaukee card show where Packers stuff is even hotter than usual.
Topps banks on Bryce to bring sales of Bowman to a boil. Will it work?
A stroll in the park led to the discovery of some of what was stolen from former tennis great Pete Sampras–but the majority remains missing.
Topps Tribute will return in 2011.
A writer rediscovers the simple thrill inside of a pack while checking in on the state of a Chicago sports card shop that recently lost its long-time owner.
Yes, you will still be able to buy a pack of baseball cards for a buck next year.
Members of the US National baseball teams are the subject of an upcoming set from Topps.
It’s the best resource out there…and it doubles as a piece of workout equipment.
Make way for StrasburgRookieCards.com.
A peek inside the FBI’s Questioned Documents unit.