2013 Topps Football is ready to hit shelves, offering all of the rookie cards collectors could ask for, along with contests and retro designs.
Latest collectible toy from Topps showcases MLB’s best in a cubed object that features a stamp of the player’s signature, a player’s portrait or the team logo.
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.
Here is a quick rundown of card manufacturers’ plans for wrapper redemption programs at the National Convention. Many companies are offering new sets/cards each day of the July 31-Aug. 4 event.
A beautiful design up front and in back, along with production oddities that drive collectors batty, earmark the 1963 Topps Baseball set. Here’s to 50 years for this collector favorite.
Media outlets always ask about the current card market. When they start talking about how today’s market pales in comparison to two decades ago, I know they are only talking about the modern card market.
From a T206 Eddie Plank PSA 5 and T206 Cy Young (Cleveland, Portrait) PSA 8 leading the prewar cards, it’s a big deal to consider the postwar offerings might hold even greater appeal to bidders at Greg Bussineau.
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 1957 Topps Baseball set that brought the standard size to baseball cards fulfilled collectors with HOFers and provided plenty of quirks throughout. This lengthy article covers the set from every angle, thanks to plenty of dealer input. Which card is your favorite of the bunch?
Topps’ Big League Mini, small vinyl figurines, are available now, and each of the 28 players featured has a variant – a collecting angle that won’t break the bank.