Just how many signed copies of the 2005 Upper Deck Rookie Premiere Aaron Rodgers are floating around out there? Then there’s the ones with the sticker…
Of redemptions, the return of basketball cards, superstar jerseys and the Industry Summit.
Rich Klein talks 1982 card shows, is made to feel really old after his wife calls the cops on him …and recalls an NSCC softball game in which Beckett’s founder was the all-time catcher.
We’ve got the lowdown on 2012 Bowman Platinum baseball, plus a sneak peek at some of the cards, a checklist and more.
It’s still in the quirky mode of the original, but you’ll find more baseball content in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter baseball.
Looking to collect every memorabilia card ever made? You’ll need a mighty big checklist. But recent developments make one wonder about the origin of some.
Topps will print a limited number of its 2011 Allen and Ginter glossy set and tack on ten cards we didn’t see in the regular offering.
A couple of major issues and some eclectic cards make 1922 stand out as a year that attracts buyers–and sellers.
Topps PRIME 9 #5 is revealed, some nostalgic remembrances about baseball cards and childhood, a 1972 Topps pack rip and another take on this year’s NSCC.
The Editor’s Blog mulls the latest headlines and whether the dearth of card shops and the rise of technology might be creating some new brick-and-mortars.
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.
The iconic pack is still the foundation of collecting. To open or not open…that is the question.
An alert collector’s curiosity has brought George Cuppy back home.
Two of the big name offensive stars from this year’s NFL draft class have signed on for 2011 Topps football products.
37 years ago, Topps moved the San Diego Padres, who actually weren’t quite ready to leave yet.
Special World Series jerseys are now part of the mix as 2010 NL Rookie of the Year Buster Posey conducts another signing session for LC Galleries.
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.
Does a strong interest in sports cards lead to a better education and potentially a higher standard of living?
Henry laughs it up with David Letterman on the Late Show and brings out a pair of rookie cards.
A look at what pops out of Topps’ newest football card product.