Topps released details for its 2013 Archives Baseball issue, which includes popular designs from the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s. Look for Mini Tall Boys, Topps Originals and much more.
Topps is straying away from baseball cards in 2013 – at least for one product line. Big League Minis – collectible vinyl figurines – will hit the market in June 2013.
Topps Strata Football drops Friday, Dec. 21, loaded with autographs of the rookies you have grown to love – Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Doug Martin and a host of others.
Greg Bussineau wrapped up 2012 with a $1.1 million sale that featured high prices for rare singles, complete sets and key cards needed for those PSA Set Registry sets.
Details of the new product line for Sochi 2014 have not yet been determined, but as with the summer collection, the winter edition will include Team USA’s top Olympians, Paralympians and hopefuls. It will also feature authentic autographed cards from top athletes, a highly sought-out feature for collectors and sports fans.
The investment history of baseball cards is examined in this meaty article, involving vintage baseball card price guides, the stock market and the Vrechek Vintage Card Index. As you might guess, banking on 1950s Topps and tobacco cards has been a pretty good trend to follow.
Topps will produce 315 different stickers for its MLB Sticker Collection in 2013, including stars, retired stars, logs and team mascots. This is a great way to get kids into the game of collecting.
It’s like those commercials when the customer at the grocery store is the 1 Millionth Customer. Well, PSA just hit 20 million certified submissions, and the lucky collector who submitted that piece was awarded with a Bryce Harper autographed ball.
No surprise that Harper, Trout and Darvish make Topps Rookie All-Star team. Look for the familiar trophy on their cards and many others heading into the 2013 collecting season.
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.