Before the boom and bust, before blogs and magazines, there was the “Spinal Tap of baseball books.” Author Fred Harris gives us an inside look at a hobby classic.
Upper Deck passed out packs of special 2014 Winter Classic hockey cards in Michigan Wednesday and offered a space to acquire more and do some trading.
In The Game Trading Cards will have Mr. Hockey, Gordie Howe, in its upcoming hockey card products, including autographs and memorabilia.
New technologies and a shrinking market have trading card partners zigging and zagging to lure buyers.
After the announcement of Panini HD, Upper Deck spills the beans on its upcoming “Evolution”: Digital football cards.
High school football players get their own cards while preparing to showcase their skills to the nation.
Panini gains the rights to produce Pro Football Hall of Fame-specific products and handle autograph sessions in Canton.
Collectors in Europe, South America, South Africa might be more passionate about their card collecting than North Americans.
Panini officially becomes an NFL partner.
A major workforce reduction has taken place at the Upper Deck Company.
How to get a PSA card of…you.
The industry has to connect with kids’ habits if it’s going to stay relevant according to one former sports card company executive.
In the Game was hoping its efforts would mean some NHL licensing love, but it didn’t happen.
Panini will join Upper Deck as official trading card licensees of the NHL and NHLPA.
Topps’ version of Where’s Waldo has made some collectors roll their eyes, but it’s also generated ongoing interest in the company’s cards, weeks after their initial release.
Topps sees the booming Indian cricket league as fertile ground to launch new products.
One auction company is offering cash back if you’ll help them cut down on printing.
The battle between current Topps' executives and a group attempting to wrest control of the decades-old company continues. Showdown at the OK Corral set for July 28.