A fantasy baseball game that rewards you with autograph card and more? Count me in. Topps reveals the Bowman Prospect Challenge, where collectors enter codes, pick the prospects they think will excel and win prizes.
Topps Chrome Football is one of the most anticipated releases of the year in the football market. The product drops Friday, Nov. 9. Here is some information regarding autographs in the set and how the Blue Wave Refractor Parallels will be part of the mix.
Michael Brandstaedter, Topps Vice President – General Manager Global Confectionery, has been named the company new COO, as well.
The Blue Wave Refractors will return to Bowman Chrome this year. Send in 36 Bowman Chrome wrappers and receive a five-card pack of the Blue Wave Refractors. Only 10,000 packs will be available.
It’s all about the chase for Topps in 2013 Baseball Series 1. The company has announced the Million Dollar Chase, which will give one lucky collector $1 million in sweet cash. Read on for details.
With the release of Topps Heritage, Minor League Edition, the company is running a special promotion where one lucky collector can win the chance to be a professional ballplayer for a day, meet Nolan Ryan and get their own trading card.
SCD Columnist Ross Forman provides his take on the National Convention, from the memorabilia on display to the autograph guests and everything in between.
The latest high-end product announced from Topps is Five Star Football, which is heavy on various autographed cards and relic/autograph combinations.
When it comes to artifacts in trading cards, most collectors are used to them referred to as “relic” cards, consisting of pieces of jerseys, bats and the like. But with Topps Allen & Ginter product, artifacts takes on a whole new meaning. Check out the 2012 edition of A&G Artifacts cards.
Bidding starts on Sept. 7 for a SportsCardLink auction that features more than 300 T206 cards – including a dozen Hindu backs – among a wide selection of graded singles that start at $1.