The 1952 Berk Ross set marked the end of the company’s brief tenure producing baseball cards.
One of the more popular and elusive food issues of the decade was the 1958 Hire’s Root Beer set–and it’s even tougher “test” brother.
Are those chipped borders or stars against a night sky? And why have Robby’s teammates stranded him in the desert? It’s all a matter of perspective with the 1971 Topps baseball set.
The 1973 Topps baseball set captured it all as the last multiple-series issue.
The 1952 Topps set transformed the industry and set the stage for the modern hobby. A look back–and the current ‘most watched’ list.
Where can you find vintage cards of Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Ted Williams, Babe Ruth, and Willie Mays that just about every collector can afford? Right here on our list of the top 5 multi-player cards of the 1950s.
It may never rival some of its more famous contemporaries, but the 1952 Bowman Baseball set is a classic in its own right.
From the earliest to the best-looking to the ones with historic synergy, a look at the best original Willie Mays cards.
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.
Some 1950s New York baseball icons are featured in the rare Stahl-Meyer sets.
The auction also features a Willie Mays game jacket, Cy Young handwritten letter, Hank Aaron glove and a car you’ve got to see to believe.
A huge stash entered the hobby long ago, but 50 years after its release, the 1964 Topps Giant All-Stars set remains one of the most attractive ever produced.
The best 1952 Topps Baseball Master set ever to hit the block is joined by the all-time finest 1965 Topps football set in Mile High Card Company’s new auction.
The COMC Challenge returns as we hunt for a complete checklist for a modern era set of Negro League Players including Dennis ‘Bose’ Biddle.
Past meets present again in the 2014 Topps Museum Collection series.
Five of the most important cards from the 1973 Topps set include a changing of the guard, some farewells and a big hello.
The Say Hey Kid Turns 82 on Monday and we’ve got a list of five Willie Mays cards worth buying.
Topps has a brand new game and collectors spent part of Wednesday checking out the Golden Giveaway program. Does it live up to the last two?
A card shop owner lands one of the ten Golden Ticket baseballs signed by a trio of all-time greats.
Pull redemption card #1 from the 2012 Topps Prime 9 promotion? Take it to your local hobby shop and exchange it for a Willie Mays.