The 1960 Topps Football card release featured attractive cards, but also included training camp photos, reverse negative images, as well as a few mistakes.
While much of the modern baseball card market has become a chase for autograph and relic cards, 2018 Topps Opening Day Baseball provides collectors with an entry-level product.
An athlete’s autograph can change for a variety of reasons over the years, here we look at the signature evolution of Ken Griffey Jr., Shawn Hillegas, and Danny Tartabull.
The is no denying the popularity of Michael Jordan and his basketball cards, but expecting $1.5 million for a single Jordan card was a dream in one eBay auction.
The auction reserve was not met at the conclusion of Goldin Auctions’ first attempt to sell two original Jackie Robinson baseball contracts.
The Lelands.com Classic Auction is headlined by a game-used Babe Ruth bat that may have been used for his famous “Called Shot” home run in the 1932 World Series against the Chicago Cubs.
Football autograph collectors have plenty to chase after in 2017 National Treasures Football, which is set to arrive on store shelves in early March.
When basketball card collectors get their hands on 2017-18 Select Basketball cards they will notice plenty of items that have made past products popular, as well as a new twist.
Football card collectors can’t be faulted for chasing after the shiny Topps Glossy cards in 1970, or the larger Supers cards from the same year.
When the Goldin Auctions 2018 Winter Auction concluded, a Tom Brady family Super Bowl ring was the show stopper, selling for $344,927.