A lucrative, multi-year deal means Jack Eichel autographs will only be in Leaf Trading Cards, leaving them out of NHL licensed products.
We break open a box of the new Leaf Cut Signatures History of Baseball.
Leaf has produced 32 different Johnny Manziel football cards; one for each NFL team. Buy the right pack via eBay and you can trade it for an autographed copy.
It’s official. In The Game has handed over manufacturing and distribution of its Sportkings line to Leaf Trading Cards.
Superstars from a dozen different types of competition have signed autographs for 2013 Leaf Sports Heroes.
The 2013 Ichiro Immortals Collection includes just 300 boxes, each with an Ichiro autograph and others with dual signed booklets including Ty Cobb.
2013 Leaf Ink Football offers five autographed football cards of NFL legends and stars, already authenticated.
Each card is hand-drawn and now Leaf has released how many autographed cards have been produced for its 2013 Masterworks set.
If you like autographs and sketch cards, 2013 Leaf Masterworks might be the product for you.
The near set of 1915 Cracker Jack cards found 34 years ago at a farm auction for $15 is sold for a lot more; a new sports card store opens and we have video and hobby veteran Terry Melia is back in the game as PR man for Leaf.
Sports Collectors Daily spoke with a source at the National Sports Collectors Convention over the weekend who indicated an explosive story was coming soon involving Johnny Manziel and a paid autograph signing arrangement, a deal that if confirmed by NCAA investigators, would be against NCAA rules and likely mean major trouble for the talented Texas […]
A generation ago, it might have worked but Rich Klein has some reservations before he’s ready to feel love for the likelihood that Leaf’s entry into tennis cards will be a long term success.
The NBA’s early front-runner for Rookie of the Year, Damian Lillard, will continue his exclusive autograph and memorabilia deal with Leaf Trading Cards.
Leaf Trading Cards and Andrew Luck have agreed not to disagree over the use of an old photo of the NFL’s top draft pick.