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.
Your local card shop may not find Halloween to be such a big deal, but we found one that’s scoring with scary stuff.
Rich Klein goes back to the 1980s where a New Jersey sports card shop was always buzzing.
A Las Vegas card shop loses some cash to a man who claimed to be a neighbor.
One of the hobby’s longest running stores lost its owner in 2010 when Steve Gold died of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Now, his manager has purchased the Chicagoland area store.
A moment in time that’ll warm the hearts of vintage card collectors, a profile of a Florida super fan and a California woman’s unique 9/11 fundraising project.
Major League Baseball Players and Panini have come to terms on a deal that will result in more new baseball card products.
Replacing the contents of a box with junk commons and returning it to Target? Wow.
Last year’s NHL champs are partnering with a local retail outlet for the annual sale of team gear. Coming off a Cup championship won’t hurt.
A collector from way back digs into some shoeboxes full of cards during a New England summer.
The Topps PRIME 9 subject redeemable for week 4 (Redemption card # 4) is the newest member of the 3,000 hit club… Derek Jeter. On a weekly basis, there will be a designated “Prime 9 Player of the Week”. Collectors holding the corresponding Prime 9 Redemption card for that week can bring the card to […]
Johnny Bench is the first card in Topps’ latest hobby store promotion
Patience, enthusiasm, a little luck…and just being nice to people can turn a part-time venture into a full-time love affair in the sports card shop business.
Long-time shops in northern San Diego County have outlasted their competitors, but making money is still a challenge.
Card shops have been going through plenty of one of the year’s most anticipated products. What did our box buster get?
Topps will put its stock in this year’s NFL rookie class in its Chrome football brand.
2011 Topps Series Two boxes will contain random insert ‘Player of the Week’ redemptions good for hobby shop exclusive cards.
LeSean McCoy left when federal agents raided a sports memorabilia shop at which he was scheduled to sign autographs. A court agrees with a suit that claimed he kept the money.
It’s hard to know who has more fun at a Mickey Lolich autograph signing–the guy getting the autograph or the one giving it.