2015 Topps Chrome Football will feature designs from past sets, a shout out to its 60 years in football and a sizable checklist of 1/1 SuperFractors.
A typically popular product has gotten off to a bit of a rough start. Rich Klein has a 2014 Topps Chrome football box break–and some insight.
2014 Topps Chrome Football won’t stray too far from the formula but the company’s 1963 design gets some love this year and there will be some patch action.
Dealers’ cold feet led to a retail only release for 1996-97 Topps Chrome Basketball, setting the stage for some angst between hobby shops and card makers.
Maybe you love soccer, maybe you don’t but Topps’ first effort to bring Chrome to MLS cards seems to have brought solid value.
There are two options for collectors in 2014 Topps Chrome Baseball. Rich Klein has the calculator out as he breaks a box of the latest issue.
Some new products are selling below cost, but others are doing well. Here are the top five selling sports card boxes at Mike’s Stadium Sports Cards.
If you want the 2013 Topps Chrome Update cards Topps has produced, you’ll have to buy their ‘holiday mega box’ with regular Topps baseball update packs.
While chasing protection for its Topps Chrome line with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the company reveals some interesting sales figures.
Autographs in hand, Topps plunges full speed ahead into plans for 2012 Chrome football.
Topps product updates and a NorCal burglary nets baseball cards and a baseball signed by (we think) a Hall of Famer.