Tuff Stuff’s Sports Collectors Monthly to debut with May issue

In honor of our 25th Anniversary, we’re changing the look of the hobby’s No. 1 price guide publication. It’s still Tuff Stuff, but with some added muscle and a new title – Tuff Stuff’s Sports Collectors Monthly.

The new-look monthly magazine is set to debut with the May issue. The magazine will feature several format changes, including an expanded Price Guide section, a new emphasis on vintage collectibles and second-to-none auction coverage that will keep readers on the pulse of the hobby.

While it’s Tuff to beat our current Price Guide coverage, we listened to our readers’ requests and decided if the industry’s only five-sport price guide is currently the best in the business, more pricing with the most up-to-date reflections of the current market would only make the resource that much more valuable to our readers.

Vintage memorabilia continues to be all the rage in the hobby and Sports Collectors Monthly will also be providing the most in-depth coverage of everything and anything pre-1980. Whether it’s featured stories on tobacco card values or a look into scarcity of quality Babe Ruth cards, we’ve got you covered.

With the auction business booming and an invaluable auction-item database at our disposal, we decided to pass along this information to those who need it most. We’ll also be adding regular monthly features to utilize this resource to the fullest and provide readers with current market trends and prices realized from recent sales in an easy-to-read format.

Although the look of the magazine will undergo a facelift of sorts, the regular monthly features you love will remain a staple of the publication. Whether it’s our market reports, new card release information, hobby news, autograph-searching techniques or consumer advice columns, Tuff Stuff’s Sports Collectors Monthly will provide its readers with all they need to know to stay ahead of the hobby competition. We sincerely hope you enjoy the changes.
– Thanks, Tuff Stuff Staff

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