Building a nice little collection of Mickey Mantle cards which offer a career retrospective doesn’t have to be out of your league.
The long dance is over and Ichiro autographs–such as they are–will start appearing in Topps products this summer.
Rich Klein digs into a box of the latest upper end baseball product. What’s inside the box of Topps Museum Collection 2015?
The new 2015 Topps Apex Soccer will remind football and baseball card collectors of another Topps brand when it makes its way to stores this summer.
by Mike Stack Baseball cards have been printed for over 100 years. Millions have been produced but only a handful have gained iconic status. Which cards would make up a top ten list is subjective and depends on what criteria is used. But you’d have trouble arguing that there are some that should be on […]
Topps is eliminating some products and changing release dates of others while Panini is promising more options for collectors in its Rewards program.
Are they figurines? Are they baseball cards? Are they scarce or plentiful? Are they Amazin’? When it comes to the three Transogram baseball issues from 1969 and 1970, the answer seems to be “yes” to all of these questions, and collectors still haven’t quite figured out what to do with them after all these years.
If you had the foresight to invest in Joe Montana cards before the Super Bowls…and before Jerry Rice…you did OK.
With only one major rookie card but with an album full of Hall of Famers and 35 years in the rear view mirror, the 1980 Topps set looks better with age.
The release date for 2015 Bowman Inception Baseball has been set for late June. Inception will once again be a prospect and rookie-driven product with four autographed cards and an autographed relic card in each one-pack box for around $100 retail. Topps is promising at least one on-card prospect auto per eight-box case. New to […]
Topps’ growing app business has resulted in a new hire to run the operation.
Bowman Sterling Football 2014 drops autographs and relics aplenty says Rich K, who offers some thoughts on the product after breaking a box.
It’s probably the most popular decade for collectors. A list of the most valuable high grade baseball cards of the 50s includes a mix of data.
The lowest-priced baseball card product returns with 2015 Topps Opening Day, this year featuring some new inserts including some photos created by fans.
It’s back for another year and Rich Klein is opening a box of 2014 Topps Triple Threads Baseball.
Photo variations and ‘Black Shimmer Refractor’ hot boxes are part of the mix for Topps’ 2014 Bowman Chrome Mini Factory Sets, which are coming in December.
The middle of summer means an Allen and Ginter box break for those who like something a little different.
Cards are being readied as the Upper Deck National Sports Collectors Convention wrapper redemption program returns. They’ll also have a set for VIP buyers.
Now that the product is out, the quirky cards inside 2014 Topps Allen & Ginter are turning up on eBay and finding them is just good summertime fun.
Two National exclusive Allen & Ginter rookie cards and a chance to talk with company officials are on Topps’ docket at the 2014 National Convention.