Here is everything you need to know about the 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Framed Mini Autographs. Get complete checklists, extensive images and a handy buying guide. Covers both the baseball and non-baseball “Champions” autographs.
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What are the most valuable rookie cards from the 1970s? We’ve analyzed the numbers and are counting down the top 17. Expect surprises.
Every year, the San Diego Comic-Con has tons of exclusive trading cards. We’ve compiled a list of cards and trading card promos offered at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con.
Since debuting in 2006, Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball has offered some of the most unique and diverse cards in the hobby. Whether it’s the classical designs, wild inserts, massive amounts of mini cards, the interactive Ginter Code, the expansive autograph checklists, this is one set where it could be said there really is something […]
Dealer and collector brentandbecca offers a case breaker’s take on 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball. Using preliminary info, past experiences and the brand’s history, he discusses whether the set is a good bet for those wanting to try a case break.
On the heels of busting a pair of nostalgia-driven products, Rick Klein questions why there hasn’t been an iconic base set design for many years. He also offers a potential solution, albeit a radical one in today’s modern hobby.
2012 SP Signature Edition Baseball is here and the cards are probably unlike anything you’ve likely seen. For most, especially those who spent almost $300 on a box, the results could be very disappointing.
The Amazing Spider-Man is swinging into theaters, ready to reboot the popular franchise. While Rittenhouse has produced autographs for lead star Andrew Garfield, collectors will have to look elsewhere for signatures from other stars. Get a full list and buying guide for all available autograph cards.
Get the full scoop on the 2012 Prestige Football rookie variations. We have details and images for all 18 cards in the set, which includes Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III.
One of the most distinct insert sets of the year, here is everything you need to know about the 2012 Topps Tier One Baseball Bat Knob cards. Includes an ongoing list of confirmed pulls, buying guide, images, sales and a full checklist.
LeBron James may be one of the most unpopular athletes on the planet, but his dominant showing in the NBA Finals bodes well for the future of his cards and memorabilia.
Details and legal analysis of a long-running trademark case between sports artist Daniel Moore and the University of Alabama. Although the case doesn’t touch directly on the hobby, Paul Lesko looks at how it might impact the future of unlicensed trading cards.
Learn all about custom jersey frames with this handy guide. Find out how to frame a jersey on your own. We also tell you what to look for if you’re getting your jersey framed by a professional.
We count down baseball’s 10 best rookie cards from the 1980s. Includes analysis, images and links to purchase.
2012 Topps Series 2 Baseball arrives with 26 new short prints and variations. The celebration theme continues on many of them. Collectors can also look for Hall of Famers and a Bryce Harper rookie short print. Get images and details for all 26 cards.
Held back by bankruptcy proceeding, Upper Deck International has filed for a six-month stay in its case with the US-based Upper Deck. Paul Lesko outlines why this could lead to an early end to this heated court battle.
brentandbecca offers his thoughts and lasting impressions on 2012 Topps Archives Baseball. Includes highlights from his 16-case break and images of his best pulls.
Get complete details for the 2012 Topps Series 2 Baseball wrapper redemption program. Now available for both hobby and retail wrappers, the Gold Rush checklist expands with 50 new players. Random autographs include Bryce Harper, Yu Darvish and Ken Griffey Jr.