The 1935 National Chicle set was the first NFL-focused set, and is home to one of the most valuable sports cards ever made.
Love vintage pigskin? It may be undervalued. Here’s a look at 15 of the best football cards to invest in if you’re looking to get in the game.
Which older football card sets seem to go above and beyond for value? Here are ten picks across four decades.
Look familiar? A rare copy of the photo used for Gale Sayers’ 1966 Philadelphia Gum rookie card has been uncovered and is up for bid.
What do a Notre Dame legend, Broadway Joe, and a super Starr have in common? They’re all on the list of top quarterback rookie cards. Who else made the cut?
Great players, reasonable prices and comparatively limited numbers make these five sets worth a look.
A look inside the numbers to see which 1970s football rookie cards are the rarest in a PSA 9 grade and what those old Hall of Fame rookie cards sell for.
Fifty-five years after Vince Lombardi arrived and helped turn him into an icon, Bart Starr cards remain among the most popular of all NFL Hall of Famers.
Don’t have a fortune to invest in big-time rookies? Love NFL history? Grab these 1950s football cards and you won’t be sorry.
A huge collection of baseball and football Hall of Fame rookie cards from Texas is coming to market.
One of only four Joe Namath rookie cards ever awarded a PSA 9, the card was sold privately from the #1 Finest 1965 Topps Football set.
If you liked 1968 Topps baseball, you’ll love the 1958 Topps football cello pack break at the NSCC. Watch the boys from Just Collect–and a gathering of fans–dig in.
A remarkable find of ten 1935 National Chicle Bronko Nagurski cards from a childhood collection has the sports collecting community abuzz.
We open up a 1955 Bowman Football wax pack on location at the National Sports Collectors Convention.
Need to know who’s who and how much? The new edition of The Standard Catalog of Football Cards has checklists and pricing for more than 1,000 mainstream and oddball sets from 1894-1991.
It’s not always about baseball. Rare football cards like the 1894 Mayo’s Cut Plug set and the 1948 Leaf Charlie Conerly are about as cool as they come. With a new season about to start, collector interest starts to pick up too.
As baseball collectors drool over the Black Swamp E98 find, one of only a small number of surviving copies of the 1894 “Anonymous” John Dunlop football card is up for bid.
Unlike baseball, with its solid roots back to the 19th century, football card sets are primarily a 1950s-present game. You’ve got your 1935 National Chicle and a couple of late-1940s sets courtesy of Bowman and Leaf, but other than that, it’s a modern era hobby. There are plenty of pricey rookie cards sprinkled throughout the […]