Collectors will be busy at the 38th National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago chasing after giveaways and other promotions.
Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota went one-two in the NFL Draft; collectors aren’t waiting to see success on the field before buying. Winston is leading out of the gate, with his card values rising.
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?
A look at color barrier pioneer Larry Doby, fireball legend Satchel Paige and the late 1940s Cleveland Indians.
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 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.
Once nestled in other products, Leaf has now released its Masterworks line as a stand-alone release, bringing nearly 200 athletes to life in a great combination of artwork and autographs.
Here is a quick rundown of card manufacturers’ plans for wrapper redemption programs at the National Convention. Many companies are offering new sets/cards each day of the July 31-Aug. 4 event.
Leaf Trading Cards has purchased the tennis trading card business from Ace Authentic, making Leaf the sole supplier of licensed trading cards focusing on the sport of tennis.
Welcome to the NFL, Andrew Luck. Also, welcome to your first lawsuit, courtesy of Leaf Trading Cards in response to a cease-and-desist letter from Luck representatives over a 2008 trading card.