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.
Not many collectors found the 1972 Topps Football 3rd Series in their stores. More than 40 years later, they are still looking. Here is a review of the popular high numbers from that set.
Cards of Minnesota Twins’ top prospect Byron Buxton in high demand nationwide as collectors seek gold. Here are some dealer comments on Buxton and his cards.
Latest throwback set issued by Topps shines in photography, inserts and stars, but some changes would make a bigger impact. Here is a review f of the 2013 Topps Archives Football set.
Topps has featured Mark McGwire on its baseball cards before. However, a recent deal has led to the first McGwire-signed cards in Topps history.
Dick Perez, who continuously brings quality to sports paintings, discusses his start with Perez-Steele Galleries, producing the Diamond Kings cards and Ted Williams. And now you can own some of his original masterpieces, courtesy of Legendary Auctions.
The Rookies of the Year made the annual Topps list. Check out who else made the list, and they share if you agree or disagree.
As card companies strive to deliver on rookie cards of up-and-coming stars, it’s no surprise there comes news from Topps regarding Jose Abreu.
For 2014, Topps has the Power Play Promotion. In 2014 Topps Baseball, collectors will find Power Player Parallels code cards. Collectors then go to the Power Player website and enter the codes in a “digital locker” to win exclusive prizes.
The Blue Wave wrapper redemption programs have been a big hit with Topps, often exhausting supplies in little or no time. the latest involves Bowman Chrome Baseball, and you can start sending in UPC codes and wrappers today.