Stan Musial played in his final major-league game 52 years ago today. Here are six essential cards to honor the Cardinals’ immortal No. 6.
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Most were discarded in favor of what’s inside but that makes collecting vintage football wrappers a challenge.July 7, 2014 By
Panini and Leaf are showing off cards they’ll offer VIPs and pack rippers as part of this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention in Cleveland.January 29, 2014 By
A new buyback product hits the market this weekend with the release of 2014 Leaf Legends of the Diamond.January 17, 2014 By
Some news and notes from around the hobby including a lawsuit, Leaf’s new Legends of the Links product, Jim Harbaugh’s pants and a cool, old program.December 18, 2013 By
2013 Leaf Trinity Baseball is being delivered this week while the company acquires Famous Fabrics from In The Game.November 19, 2013 By
Leaf’s latest product includes only two cards per $250 box but one could be a pricey graded rookie card from the past.November 8, 2013 By
2013 Leaf Memories Baseball will include autographed buy back cards, a memorabilia giveaway and prospect cards on the original 1990 design.October 21, 2013 By
Leaf already got his autograph on a card contract but now, Jose Abreu autographs will be coming to Topps’ licensed baseball cards in 2014, starting with Bowman.October 18, 2013 By
No cards in this product, just autographed full-size football helmets from past and present stars…and a well-known entertainer.July 9, 2013 By
They were first to the market with his autograph and now Leaf Trading Cards is putting Yasiel Puig redemption cards and a VIP card into the mix for the National.April 26, 2010 By
Hundreds of T206 cards were up for grabs in a special auction featuring a scarce Ty Cobb.April 22, 2010 By
If you’re betting your football card investment dollars on the number one overall pick in Thursday night’s NFL draft, history says you’re losing money.August 18, 2009 By
It’s a vintage set full of superstars, Hall of Famers and short prints–but 60 years after they came out of wax packs, the 1949 Leaf baseball cards are still a little confusing.