The first cards from Topps featuring the 2014 NFL rookies will be hot commodities.
Topps helps raise money for Clayton Kershaw’s charitable organization, and announces an exclusive autographed trading card deal with the top pitcher.
The 1977-78 Topps Basketball set won’t blow up the wallet, is chock full of stars, yet takes a back seat in quality to other sets of the decade. Got a favorite from the set?
Get Topps Power Players code cards in Topps Series 1 and 2 Baseball, enter the codes online to form your team, and if the best players for the week are on your team, you win.
Topps has extended its agreement with Bryce Harper, remaining the exclusive provider of his autographed cards. Harper will also continue to be featured on packaging of Topps baseball products.
Collectors still scooping up the 1961 Nu-Card football issue; here is a behind-the-scenes look at the often-forgotten set that includes some popular players such as Ernie Davis, John Hadl and Roman Gabriel. Plus, there are some Navy gentlemen in helmets.
Not many collectors found the 1972 Topps Football 3rd Series in their stores. More than 40 years later, they are still looking. Here is a review of the popular high numbers from that set.
Cards of Minnesota Twins’ top prospect Byron Buxton in high demand nationwide as collectors seek gold. Here are some dealer comments on Buxton and his cards.
Latest throwback set issued by Topps shines in photography, inserts and stars, but some changes would make a bigger impact. Here is a review f of the 2013 Topps Archives Football set.
Topps has featured Mark McGwire on its baseball cards before. However, a recent deal has led to the first McGwire-signed cards in Topps history.