When it comes to Super Bowl MVP voting, it’s one brick in a larger body of work that determines long term value among sports collectors.
A list of the coolest sports cards and collectibles that don’t all cost an arm and a leg.
The initial list of autograph signers for this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention is out, with a collection of Baseball Hall of Famers leading the way.
Topps updates its Bowman autograph checklist for upcoming baseball card products.
It’s an easy way for people to sell off their extras or create some space in the house. Buying baseball cards by the lot can also be a huge opportunity.
Out with the new and in with the old for Topps, which hopes adding some legendary relics will boost sales when the product arrives this fall.
Topps now has 20 players under contract for its 2011 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects set, but has yet to land three of the top 10.
Dealers have to come ready to meet a variety of collectors at a big show and collectors have to be ready to move on what’s not likely to be there the next time around.
Topps is promising on card autographs galore as it prepares for yet another new product release this fall.
Schilling talks auction, the Cooperstown guest list for autograph hounds and a look at one of the hobby’s hottest niches.
How can the 19th largest city in America not have even one baseball card shop? That’s what one long-time dealer couldn’t stand.
Two sports card businesses in the same geographic area both find success; one online…the other clinging to the brick-and-mortar method.
How to make sure you get the biggest bang for your collecting buck.
…and you wonder why we write about the hobby every day.
Got stuff to sell? Used your 50 freebies? Today might be the day to get busy.
Two new additions to the 1937 Wheaties set are discovered while modern bloggers compare notes in some entertaining posts.
A tease from PSA’s future plans, baseball’s most marketable players and more midweek tidbits.
MLB’s list of the top ten most popular jerseys include players on seven different clubs. Does it match the list of popular cards?
Topps released its top 60 baseball cards of all-time this week. Bowman’s short run in the card universe deserves a little love, too.
With the NFL campaign now down to its final two, it’s a good time to look back at what Topps has done after regaining its trading card license.