A newspaper article reveals some interesting facts about collectors and the hobby as they were 54 years ago.
Topps is giving collectors the chance to decide who gets the honor of being card #1 in the 2016 baseball set.
Topps is moving forward with a new development studio in Florida for its digital endeavors, hiring a staff of 15.
An open question and answer session had company officials discussing everything from league licenses to the best time to reach its customer service staff.
The sports card industry gets a little attention from newspapers, a magazine and TV outlets.
Want to put yourself in a trading card pack? Topps has a new custom card making tool, using three different design options including this year’s style.
An old article reveals the trading card business to be a much different place in 1973, but a growing enterprise with Topps providing cards for four sports.
The Baseball Reliquary has elected the late Sy Berger, long-time head of Topps, to its ‘Shrine of the Eternals’, which honors memorable baseball figures.
If you had the foresight to invest in Joe Montana cards before the Super Bowls…and before Jerry Rice…you did OK.
A collection of stories and video from the life and times of Topps co-founder Sy Berger, who passed away early Sunday at age 91.
Those who might have an interest in the Topps Company will be closely examining a very new part of the business before deciding to make an offer according to one report.
Topps was taking feedback from adult collectors at the National while looking for ways to draw a new generation into the hobby.
Topps says it’s selling three digital card packs per second. A company rep talks with Bloomberg News about that and more.
2015 Topps Tribute Baseball will include six hits per box when it arrives March 18.
Floodwaters crippled subways and Topps’ New York offices were still without power as New York continued to deal with the after effects of Hurricane Sandy.
Topps is re-thinking its digital strategy, leaving collectors who bought eTopps to wonder what the future holds.
Topps has signed a deal with the United States Olympic Committee to create a special card set prior to the 2012 Olympics in London.