Topps first attempt at hockey cards for 1954-55 didn’t win over fans immediately, but nearly 60 years later, the set grows on you. With bright colors, unique card back information and a manageable size, the set is a hit among hockey collectors.
Leaf Trading Cards has purchased the tennis trading card business from Ace Authentic, making Leaf the sole supplier of licensed trading cards focusing on the sport of tennis.
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.
Panini’s Black Friday promotion was one of the highlights in sports cards last year, and the company is gearing up for another groundbreaking promotion this year. Here are some initial details, with much more to come in the next week or so.
Upper Deck has launched the first trading card rewards application for the Dynamics ePlate Visa credit card device. This innovative offering lets consumers earn exclusive Upper Deck Trading Cards with every purchase.
Showing that not all successful trading card sets are related to the major sports, Topps has announced that Mars Attacks Heritage has officially sold out.
Panini America has hired collectibles industry veteran D.J. Kazmierczak as its vice president of sales. Kazmierczak will oversee the company’s U.S. sales operations and will report to Panini America CEO Mark Warsop.
Panini has inked a multi-year trading cards deal with No. 1 NBA draft pick Anthony Davis, allowing for autographed cards and much more.
Panini has expanded its agreement with the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and will also sponsor all autograph sessions during HOF induction weekend.
For those busting a lot of Panini product at the National Convention, $6,500 worth, the Texas company is offering a VIP experience filled with Hall of Fame athlete appearances, exclusive product and much more.