The Topps Co. has added a high-profile hurler to its Topps Authentics lineup. Topps has reached an exclusive memorabilia deal with New York Yankees pitcher Luis Severino.
Revisiting the 1953 Topps Baseball set with an in-depth two-part look at print runs, matching ink and overpriced cards. The first part looks at the first three printings and scarce cards that aren’t.
The combined total value of the 25 million sports, entertainment and historical collectibles that PSA experts have now examined, authenticated and certified is well over $1 billion.
Several top quality complete sets and near complete sets, including T205, E93, 1952 Topps and 1957 Topps will be parceled out to new homes as part of the largest auction the company has ever conducted.
Heritage Auctions’ latest sale netted $8.3 million, with many records set along the way. Impressive prices were set by some unusual suspects, including a 1984 Topps USFL issue of Reggie White, PSA 10, selling for $10,755. More results here.
Helmet happiness at Savers – full-size and mini helmets can be found for a fraction of their retail price in the usual hobby outlets. Plus, check out those books – and other out-of-the-box aisles – for signed pieces.
Blake Bortles didn’t know where he’d up during the 2014 NFL Draft. However, when it comes to collecting, he knows what he likes in a card and what he’ll be gathering in the future.
Part 2: A Look through the Standard Catalog of Vintage Baseball Cards at what’s next for the card collector attempting to get a piece of everything. It’s not feasible, but it’s sure worth a shot.
Clean Sweep’s latest auction is headlined by a PSA 9 example of the rare 1958 Topps Pancho Herrera error card.
Modern cards aren’t thought to bring values their vintage counterparts bring, but all that has changed with third-party grading. Gem Mint cards are being scooped up by the high-rollers at skyrocketing prices.