For nearly 40 years in a row, collectors could find one or both cards of lefty pitchers Warren Spahn and Tommy John. Here’s a rundown of the hurlers and their cards.
The 1964 Topps Giants offering features a unique size, great photography and plenty of stars to chase.
The 1965 Old London baseball coins still bring some crunch, with Hall of Fame players available by the handful. A reasonably priced offering for those who enjoy a little coin in their pockets.
Topps, New Era partner for a new trading card set available exclusively at LIDS stores in the U.S. The promotion starts June 3 and features nine players.
Heritage Auctions turned in a three-day sports collectibles event into an $11 million payday, with gangbuster prices for vintage cards, including a staggering amount for a 1952 Topps Willie Mays.
Doug McWilliams first shot from the stands to make his own cards before moving to a professional role thanks to Vida Blue. He would go on to shot for Topps and run elbows with many greats associated with various sports.
Topps has introduced Topps Now, taking baseball highlights and turning them into physical cards the next day. But hurry, the buying window is just 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.
A fly-by with some of the early 1970s Topps comic booklet inserts that wound up in 1970 Topps Baseball and 1971-72 O-Pee-Chee Hockey. Dealers share the tale of these oddities.
The 1965 Topps Football set is known primarily for QB legend Joe Namath and filled only with players from the AFL. Oh, and the set is filled with short-prints, too.