A beautiful design up front and in back, along with production oddities that drive collectors batty, earmark the 1963 Topps Baseball set. Here’s to 50 years for this collector favorite.
Former White House Chief of Staff (1989-1991) John Sununu helps shed light on the 1990 Topps George Bush card, revealing more than 100 were produced, and in two different styles.
Super Bowl rings have become expensive and popular collectibles. Here are 10 things you probably didn’t know about Super Bowl rings, including which team introduced the mega-sized rings.
The name of Arizona Diamondbacks owner Ken Kendrick is well known in hobby circles, as he owns some of the most pristine examples of the most valuable cards in the hobby. Thirty cards from his collection will be on display at the National Convention, courtesy of Memory Lane.
Upper Deck has reached a trading card and autograph deal with Andrew Luck. The company’s exclusive deal with the Collegiate Licensing Company will allow Upper Deck to produce licensed Stanford trading cards of the QB in mainstream trading card sets for the first time.
In an annual tradition, PSA will provide collectors with a unique visual experience at the National Sports Collectors Convention July 31-Aug. 4. PSA will display $2 million worth of Cracker Jack cards, hand out the latest book on the subject, “Cracker Jack Collection: Baseball’s Prized Players” and host signings by the authors.
That’s My Ticket has some great framed and Mega Ticket pieces commemorating the championships won by the Chicago Blackhawks and Miami Heat.
Memory Lane’s I Own It Now Sale has already seen some amazing prices (see the Rod Carew rookie for $59,800), but now it’s time for collectors to make an offer on the remaining items, which include several high-grade singles and much more.
Chicago Cubs partner with Topps for cards that never were – an inside look at the development of this unique card set that has gained some steam on the secondary market, as well.
From easy questions to difficult brain teasers, the introduction of our sports trivia column in SCD will have you searching for answers.