“Number Four Bobby Orr” may have been the biggest name of the decade, but the 1960s were chock full of superstar hockey rookie cards worthy of any vintage collection.
Looking for sets jam-packed with Hall of Famers like Gordie Howe and Bobby Hull? Look no further than this list of the top 10 hockey rookie cards of the 1950s.
Sixty seasons ago, Topps launched its inaugural hockey card set, one that generally gets high marks despite the lack of Habs or Leafs.
A Pennsylvania collector’s vintage post-War hockey card liquidation will put some top cards into circulation.
Rookie cards, test issues and more keep Bobby Orr cards high on the want lists of hockey card collectors.
The past meets the present in a new/old product. In The Game’s History of Hockey will offer old rookie cards, buybacks and autographs.
Bobby Orr’s rookie card remains an icon but what card best captures the essence of his career?
You can’t miss Len Pottie and his Platinum Promotions booth at any of the larger shows. It’s the one with a wall of vintage hockey cards staring down at you. Pottie has been coming to the Chicago Sun-Times show for about 12 or 13 years. Flying is out of the question since 9/11. Carrying about […]