Topps has extended its agreement with Bryce Harper, remaining the exclusive provider of his autographed cards. Harper will also continue to be featured on packaging of Topps baseball products.
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.
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.
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.
Never heard of Conestoga Auction Co.? You might want to update your auction list. The Pennsylvania company is offering a single-owner collection of prewar and power gems, including T205s, T206s, 1952 Topps and everything in between.
Topps is gearing up for its 75th anniversary celebration that ill run from Dec.-Feb. 2014 by announcing a special card set and setting the stage for 75 prizes to be handed out over 75 days. More than 100 Topps sets will be featured in the new card set.
It’s better than stapling nine-pocket sleeves of cards to your wall: Topps is offering Archive Print of MLB players’ 1970s-90s baseball cards. Decorate that memorabilia room.
Chicago Cubs partner with Topps for cards that never were – an inside look at the development of this unique card set that has gained some steam on the secondary market, as well.
The Blue Wave Wrapper Redemption Program and those sleek Bowman Black autograph cards will be just part of the fun of the Bowman Baseball Release on May 8.
Attention to detail, three major stars and “chase” cards proved to be a winning formula for Topps in its battle with Bowman in 1953. The portrait artwork is another high selling point for this set.