Columnist Ross Forman takes a stroll through the 38th annual National Sports Collectors Convention floor and shares what he found along the way.
Columnist Barry Blair shares his experiences from the 38th annual National Sports Collectors Convention held in Chicago July 26-30.
Top NFL draft picks Jared Goff and Carson Wentz have yet to take a snap, but the quarterbacks’ memorabilia shifting into high gear. Rams fans are excited, Philly fans, are, well, Philly fans.
Based on the success of Topps Now, Panini has announced its own real-time trading cards with Panini Instant. Sports moments will be available as cards the next day, offered for 24 hours.
The talk of attracting a younger generation has been going on for decades. Perhaps card manufacturers need to just look at what gaming companies are doing.
Five days at the National Sports Collectors Convention and still didn’t see it all. From Nixon to Snoop Dogg and everything in between, here’s what I did see.
National Sports Collectors Convention filled with giveaways, access to unique memorabilia and plenty of exclusive trading cards courtesy if card manufacturers. The hobby’s five-day main event is ready to kick off in Rosemont, Ill.
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.
Fans of commemorative card sets will be looking to Panini this week, as the card company rolls out an exclusive set for the 2015 NBA All-Stars and the newly minted Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.
Panini America has big plans for the NFL Experience, including three special card sets — one devoted to the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks, one devoted to 16 of the greatest moments in Super Bowl history and one devoted to the hometown Arizona Cardinals.