The 2018 version of Topps Tier One Baseball contains plenty of autographs from current and former MLB stars for collectors to chase after.
The 1960 Topps Football card release featured attractive cards, but also included training camp photos, reverse negative images, as well as a few mistakes.
While much of the modern baseball card market has become a chase for autograph and relic cards, 2018 Topps Opening Day Baseball provides collectors with an entry-level product.
Eric Lindros was a highly regarded hockey player when he was ready to join the NHL, and hockey card collectors took notice by chasing after his cards.
The 2018 Topps Heritage Baseball card release pays tribute to 1969, as the base set features the Topps card design from 1969.
The 2018 edition of Topps Tribute Baseball features new autograph subsets added to the already numerous autograph and memorabilia cards that have already been in the product.
Many great Olympic athletes have appeared in both the Summer and Winter Olympics, with many of them commemorated in the “History’s Greatest Olympians” trading card set.
Collectors won’t have to wait long for the opportunity to get their hands on Shohei Ohtani baseball cards as they will be available in late spring.
To help collectors get into the Winter Olympics spirit, Topps is releasing U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Team and Hopefuls trading cards.
Topps has been producing baseball cards for more than 65 years, and that tradition will continue when 2018 Topps Baseball is released in February.