Look for an homage to more past designs when 2015 Topps Mini Chrome Football arrives late this year.
A conversation with a collector and his project has Rich Klein pondering the possibility of a card set tied to the 50th Super Bowl.
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.
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.
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.
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.
It’s a game short on established superstars and that’s what makes Super Bowl XLVII so interesting from a hobby perspective.
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.