Topps dangles a few collector carrots, as we get a sneak peek at 2012 Bowman Baseball, featuring some rookie card buybacks and special autographed cards.
A collector with a passion for Pujols rookie card, bought nearly one-third of all of the slugger’s 2001 Donruss Elite and is now selling.
No labor contract? No problem for Upper Deck, which has become the basketball card torchbearer this season, even without an NBA license. Pack-busting Juan Martinez evaluates the contents of a newly purchased box.
Young guns, Heroes and a redemptionless autograph checklist highlight 2011-12 Upper Deck hockey.
Is 2011 Topps Gridiron Legends true to its name? A football card set with former greats or something a little more modern?
Our box buster is sorting out the packs, minis and masters that make up 2011 Topps Finest Baseball, back for yet another year.
Rich Klein’s memories of the 1983 National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago when sales were beyond brisk.
Bobby Orr’s rookie card remains an icon but what card best captures the essence of his career?
It’s been a hobby staple now since the mid-1990s. So what’s inside this year’s 2011 Topps Chrome Baseball? Rippin’ Rich Klein is ready to reveal all.
If you’ve got the cash, Topps is working on the cadillac brand of its football card line, 2011 Five Star.
A prototype card from the rare 1968 Topps 3-D issue highlights Huggins & Scott’s auction, which also includes dozens of vintage cards and rare sports memorabilia.
Upper Deck’s super premium hockey cards are generating plenty of sales with six-card boxes pushing past $450 each.
The pause button on Stephen Strasburg’s hobby DVR is about to get clicked off. Collectors haven’t forgotten.
Panini’s 2011 Threads football product is back with Autographed Rookie Class Nameplates and Pro Gridiron Kings insert cards.
Broadway Joe returns to Broadway, stopping in to chat with David Letterman on the Late Show about Super Bowl III, the circumstances behind his rookie card and he brings along Dave’s Topps football rookie.
Panini Gold Standard Football will include diamonds and gold for a few lucky pack busters, but sticker autographs are there, too.
Topps offers a preview and some ordering info for one of its higher-end football products, set to release late in the season.
Rookie cards of top prospects Cody Hodgson, Joe Colborne, Jonathan Blum and Matt Frattin are part of the 250-card set aimed at the budget-minded and younger crowd while providing some hockey card roster depth.
If you can prove you’re nuts about hockey, Upper Deck might send you to the NHL Rookie Showcase next month.
One of the hobby’s most iconic cards and the early career of the man who appears on it play out in a new online venture.