Of redemptions, the return of basketball cards, superstar jerseys and the Industry Summit.
The sale of a high grade 1916 Sporting News Babe Ruth, the first big league rookie card of the Sultan of Swat, has set a new bar.
Like the subjects in the packs, In The Game Enforcers is heavy on hits.
Topps is re-thinking its digital strategy, leaving collectors who bought eTopps to wonder what the future holds.
Owning a 1952 Topps may be out of your budget, but what other Mickey Mantle cards have collectors been buying?
Our box buster digs the old stuff, so this new, throwback-themed product is A-OK with him.
Big time college athletes are a magnet for those who sell signatures.
When the season winds down, Bowman Chrome will crank up with a fresh group of prospects in the checklist.
Topps tries to pack a punch into its latest MMA release.
Box and case prices are soaring. There’s a mad rush for an autographed rookie card. What is this, 2010?
Upper Deck’s Exquisite line defined the high-end hoops market during the last decade.
Get a look at some of the top cards that will be lurking in this year’s upcoming Topps Triple Threads boxes.
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.
Topps finishes off “last year’s” products with a big blast of Bowman Sterling.
Panini offers a ride in the way back machine for one of its basketball card sets. What, no Don Mattingly rookie?
Topps banks on Bryce to bring sales of Bowman to a boil. Will it work?
One of the quirkier sets of the post-War era has a couple of new additions to the checklist.
A half million plus is what it cost for one bidder to reel in the best 1914 Cracker jack set in existence.
Panini is bringing the hardwood to its next basketball card product.