Scoff if you must at the volatility of the new card market, but clearly there’s a bull market on Aaron Rodgers rookie cards that shows no sign of slowing down.
Topps is packing three autographs and three relic cards per box of 2012 Topps Tribute, a high-end brand that drew positive reviews this season.
The league goes the autographed jersey route to say ‘thanks for your patience’ and if you’re in an NFL stadium you’ve got a chance to get one.
It’s no myth that signed memorabilia fluctuates in price based on which sport has the public’s attention.
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.
What’s being tagged in this year’s World Series? A better question…what isn’t?
Topps will lean on a good crop of young players in its autographed cards that will be planted in late-season products.
Just over the U.S. border, collectors in one small community are all about hockey.
A framed display featuring the autographs and images of sixty NBA legends is being sold to benefit former players in need of financial help.
Meet the Mets, and while you’re at it, meet Ike Davis.
Good triumphs over evil…again.
One of Minnesota’s best sports collections is not in a fancy hall of fame — it’s located in the suburban home of an iconic announcer.
Wanna buy some freeze-dried championship grass?
Cincinnati Reds season ticket holders got a little dose of the baseball card hobby when their season tickets arrived this month. The team’s ticket design focuses on classic Reds cards through the years, with players who made their mark on the team in one way or another being honored with their Topps card on the […]
It’s full speed ahead at Upper Deck, which continues its 21 year run with a 600-card base set now on the market.
The answer to the question of how many New York Yankees cards in 2010 Topps have cream-filled variations.
Memory Lane, Inc. is firing up it’s next big auction, highlighted by a bat some deep-pockets Mickey Mantle collectors will be chasing.
A newspaper reports The Seattle Pilots are still a hit with fans and collectors…37 years after their lone season as a Major League franchise.