A real-time list of the hottest Clayton Kershaw baseball cards after yet another historic season.
Topps is hoping to restore some luster to its Tribute product in 2016 after autograph defects plagued the 2015 set.
Casey Stengel’s last card, Joe Morgan with a caliber on his cap, and the rookie card of the great “Tim” Hunter helped make 1965 Topps baseball set a collector favorite.
Our list of the best Sandy Koufax baseball cards to own includes cards packed with gum, potato chips and meat–and one issued in South America.
A look at some of the iconic players of the immediate post-War era and the best cards of their careers.
Unsigned prior to the first packs’ arrival, two Dodgers stars made headlines. One of them would never again appear on a regular card as an active player.
A huge stash entered the hobby long ago, but 50 years after its release, the 1964 Topps Giant All-Stars set remains one of the most attractive ever produced.
Satchel Paige’s Hall of Fame ring and a 1965 Sandy Koufax game-worn jersey set new records in SCP Auctions’ sale, which also included a family heirloom from Babe Ruth.
A list of vintage, post-War rookie cards of baseball icons you can believe in, all for under $1,000.
Fifty years after they first hit stores, the 1964 Topps Stand-Ups remain a popular challenge for collectors of vintage baseball cards.
Vintage photograph specialist Henry Yee’s latest auction includes rare images of some of the greatest athletes of the 20th century.
Huggins and Scott kicks off its last big catalog auction of 2013 today with an unopened 1960 Bell Brand Sandy Koufax, some new-to-the-hobby T206s, and hundreds of high grade vintage sets and singles.
There will be more than 90 athletes past and present who get paid for showing up and scribbling autographs but the real stars of the National Sports Collectors Convention are out on the main floor of the convention center; the hundreds of vendors traveling from across the U.S. and Canada bringing sports history for sale […]
His signed 500 home run club and 3,000 hit lithographs are well known to collectors. Now, Sandy Koufax and Ryan Braun headline the latest Ron Lewis art.
Don’t throw those wrappers away. It’s the only way you can get 2012 Topps Gold Rush cards–but you’ll need several hundred to have a shot at a set.
You’re promised at least 3–maybe 4 hits and a pair of autographs in the summer release of 2012 Topps Tier One.
It’s still in the quirky mode of the original, but you’ll find more baseball content in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter baseball.
Eight items from the massive collection of baseball memorabilia belonging to Chad and Doug Dreier have been unveiled.
2011 Topps Marquee morphs into 2012 Topps Museum Collection. A sneak peek at one of next year’s early season products.