In spite of recent headlines, the sales prices of last year’s top NBA rookie have dipped.
A study of nearly two dozen Topps 2011 baseball products reveals those still making money and those that have dealers bleeding red ink.
It went around the world and back, but Art Donovan’s 1958 NFL Championship ring is back, thanks to some friends and a retired cop.
SI.com’s always entertaining Steve Rushin takes his two-year-old son to the store to pick out his first pack of cards while MLB Network and Topps join forces for a one-hour special. Plus an update on Pete Sampras’ missing memorabilia.
Topps is showing off some signed replicas of its 1952 series, paying homage to some players who showed up on the company’s first major set.
Customs officials don’t make great authenticators.
Embossed, thick cards served up in a velvet tray? Topps will offer its super premium Five Star product after the 2010 season comes to a close.
Panini’s spokesman is hoping to turn kids into the collector that he once was.