The Card Beat: Sports Collectibles News for June 19, 2014
We've traveled to the far corners of the World Wide Web to track down the top sports card and memorabilia stories for today, June 19, 2014. Here are the headlines, as reported by The Cardboard Connection and other leading news publications and blogs:
From The Cardboard Connection:
- See All the 2013-14 SP Authentic Hockey Future Watch Rookie Autographs - Check out the entire set of 2013-14 SP Authentic Future Watch autographs with this handy guide. Includes full image gallery, set info, redemption details, checklist and more.
- Law of Cards: Four Takeaways from the Washington Redskins Trademark Decision - With the Washington Redskins having their trademark revoked, does it mean open season on unlicensed cards and collectibles? Absolutely not. Attorney Paul Lesko looks at the reasons why.
- 2014 Topps Illustrations Baseball Wall Art - 2014 Topps Illustrations Baseball Wall Art is a line of prints that offer cartoon takes on players and logos. The prints are inspired by 1961 Topps Magic Rub-Offs.
- 2014 Sage2 Football Cards - 2014 Sage2 Football is all about the multi-autograph card. Every card in the product is either a dual- or triple-autograph numbered to 50 or less.
- Kirby Puckett Cards, Rookie Card and Autographed Memorabilia Guide - Kirby Puckett was a baseball icon throughout much of the 1980s. Get details on the Hall of Famer’s rookie cards, autographed memorabilia and more.
- Rollie Fingers Cards, Rookie Card and Autographed Memorabilia Guide - Rollie Fingers was instrumental in the development of the closer’s role that’s so important in baseball today. Despite this, his cards and memorabilia are largely overlooked. Find out about his rookie card, autographed memorabilia and more.
Sports Collectibles News From Around the Internet:
- Sports memorabilia forfeited in $3.8M Ball State swindle, Indianapolis Star
- At The Biggest Babe Ruth Auction In History, The Bambino's Lucky Bat Could Go For $1 Million, Forbes
- Those Major League Cards and Why They INFURIATE ME, The Junior Junkie