It’s more book than magazine. The Super Bowl 50 program will once again pack plenty of info inside with national and stadium versions already printed.
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One of pro football’s top linemen throughout the 1960s, Green Bay Packers great Jerry Kramer is selling some of the items from his pro and college careers.May 26, 2015 By
Look for an homage to more past designs when 2015 Topps Mini Chrome Football arrives late this year.April 5, 2015 By
A conversation with a collector and his project has Rich Klein pondering the possibility of a card set tied to the 50th Super Bowl.January 27, 2015 By
A nine-year-old football card collector landed the big prize in a Panini America contest and will be the “Kid Reporter” at Super Bowl Media Day.January 26, 2015 By
A New England card show rolls on, PSA-DNA tags the Super Bowl footballs (and more), Topps gets pub from music websites and adds a new board member.January 28, 2014 By
It’s a little slice of history: collecting 1966 Topps Kansas City Chiefs autographs to remember the AFL team that first challenged Vince Lombardi’s Packers.January 21, 2014 By
He’ll be at this year’s Super Bowl…and the Final Four…and the All-Star Game. John Roche goes with nothing and comes back with a bin load of stuff.January 21, 2013 By
It’s a game short on established superstars and that’s what makes Super Bowl XLVII so interesting from a hobby perspective.August 6, 2012 By
It took years to complete, but Ken Gardner now owns a collection of signed Super Bowl programs I-XLVI. He had them up for sale at the National.