Trading cards commemorating the Super Bowl began as random actions shots from the game and have evolved to specific moments from the game.
In a nod to the ‘Back to the Future’ buzz, we go back 30 years in the pages of SCD.
In the fourth installment of “trying to collect it all series,” the focus turns to basketball and its limited vintage offerings. Here is an overview of what has been produced and how Topps has dominated the basketball market.
Part 3 in trying to collect it all focuses on football cards, from the popular sets to the local and regional issues. Here is an overview of what’s on the market, foreign and domestic, and how many football cards that are available for the taking.
In the first part of a multi-part series, George Vrechek looks through the Standard Catalog at what’s next for the card collector in the attempt to try and collect everything. Just how cards are out there?
Upper Deck turned the hobby on its head in 1989, led by the signature card for the modern-era collector – Ken Griffey Jr.
Collectors still scooping up the 1961 Nu-Card football issue; here is a behind-the-scenes look at the often-forgotten set that includes some popular players such as Ernie Davis, John Hadl and Roman Gabriel. Plus, there are some Navy gentlemen in helmets.
Fleer World Series sets: Offbeat, vintage Fall Classic cards with Laughlin art still on target with collectors.