Newest release from Leaf Trading Cards features Leaf’s Metal technology, on-card autographs and a checklist packed with future NFL talent, such as Jadeveon Clowney, Johnny Manziel and many more.
Collectors looking to buy vintage cards don’t have to go to a card dealer or online – all they have to do is buy Leaf’s latest release: Legends of the Diamond. The latest product is full of buyback cards and original art cards.
The checklist for Pop Century Photograph Edition includes Brad Pitt, Jack Nicholson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Clint Eastwood, Jennifer Aniston, Johnny Depp, Michael Jackson, Harrison Ford and dozens more.
Leaf ends 2013 with a bang, releasing Sports Heroes that features stars (and their autographs) covering 12 different sports.
Leaf Trading Cards is taking over Famous Fabrics from In the Game immediately, as In the Game seeks an NHL license. Meanwhile, the Dallas company has also issued the Ichiro Immortals Collection.
From staging a mini reunion of The Love Boat with Gavin MacLeod, Bernie Kopell and Jill Whelan on hand to bringing in first-time signers like Tim Conway, C. Thomas Howell and Jamie-Lynn Sigler, next month’s Hollywood Show promises to be memorable.
Golf cards are getting a shot in the arm thanks to an upcoming set produced by Leaf Trading Cards. Offered in January will be Legends of the Links featuring cut signatures and actual tournament-used, signed scorecards from some of the biggest stars of the game.
Collectors know the Leaf brand way beyond the current incarnation. Those same collectors can revisit cards from 1985-92 in the latest Memories Baseball release through signed buyback cards featuring Hall of Famers.
Leaf Trading Cards is offering a full-size helmet with boxes of Leaf Autographed Helmet Football, and the helmets will be signed by Hall of Famers, MVPs, NFL Draft Prospects and even the likes of Madonna.
The 2013 version of Leaf’s Metal Draft Baseball has all of the top prospects, including Cuban refugee Jose Abreu. And with a 33 percent cut in production run, every signature is on-card.