Collectors still flock toward the 48-card 1933 Goudey Sports Kings set, but was it really a 1933-only issue?
Despite the criminal background and lifetime bans, Black Sox memorabilia remains a winner with collectors.
Their initial purpose was to hold the slushy goodness of 7-Eleven Slurpees, but the cups themselves have created their own following nearly 40 years later. Cheers to 7-Eleven Slurpee Cups.
Many hobbyists pursue the 1964 and 1971 Topps Baseball inserts that featured the best players in the game on metal coins. Here’s a look at the venerable Topps Coins.
The American Football League has a lasting appeal for several hobbyists, including Dave Steidel, who witnessed the AFL go from zero to 60 and way beyond during the 1960s.
Visually pleasing, memory-evoking and most importantly affordable, vintage card pack wrappers and displays have now become a popular hobby niche.
Color-coded, crazy contortions helped created a classic football card set.