The Card Beat: Sports Collectibles News for September 29, 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, September 29, 2014. Here are the headlines, as reported by The Cardboard Connection and other leading news publications and blogs:
From The Cardboard Connection:
- 2014 Topps Prime Football Variations Guide - 2014 Topps Prime Football has a lot of variations. Use this guide to help you figure out if you have the regular card or a variation short print. Includes images, side-by-side comparisons and more.
- 2014-15 Fleer Ultra Hockey Variation Short Prints Guide - Check out the confirmed surprise variations in 2014-15 Fleer Ultra Hockey. The alternate photos come from last season's outdoor games.
- 2014 Rocket Ink Studios Hollywood Is Dead Trading Cards - 2014 Rocket Ink Studios Hollywood Is Dead trading cards take some of Hollywood’s most iconic posters and gives them a horror spin. Limited edition premium packs also come with sketch cards.
- Law of Cards: COMC Alleges Beckett Has No Trade Secrets - With the court allowing Beckett Media to alter its claims against COMC in their ongoing lawsuit, COMC has changed some of their allegations as well, claiming that Beckett shouldn’t have trade secret protection.
- Cleveland Indians Collecting and Fan Guide - The Cleveland Indians are enduring one of the longest championship droughts in professional sports. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of reasons to collect them. View our complete guide to collecting the Indians, including top players, cards, autographs and more.
- 2014 Topps Triple Threads Baseball Cards - 2014 Topps Triple Threads Baseball isn't the cheapest product out there. Is the price tag worth it? We've got an in-depth review to break it down.
Sports Collectibles News From Around the Internet:
- Teaser Gallery: Panini America Opens Three Briefcases of 2013-14 Flawless Basketball, The Knight's Lance
- Lawyer embezzles $9 million to buy collectibles, is disbarred, New York Post