It’s the kind of find that myths are made of. About 700 E98 baseball cards from 1910 were found in an Ohio attic. The cards could sell at auction for more than $3 million.
Nate Springfield shares his experiences setting up and selling his first group break. He provides easy-to-follow tips, simple advice and important lessons learned.
Discover the non-baseball autograph signers in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball. We look at all 33 personalities, providing a short bio for each so you can decide who to chase.
At 176 cards, 1972-73 Topps Hockey was the company’s largest to date. Although there aren’t any high profile rookie cards, the design is very very distinct. The set also has the first cards of the New York Islanders and Atlanta Flames.
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 […]
Released as a factory set, 2012 Rittenhouse WNBA has a 100-card base checklist. Every set also comes with an autograph of Nnemkadi Ogwumike, the first overall pick in the 2012 WNBA Draft.
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.
1977-78 Topps Hockey marks the final appearance of Bobby Orr on a Topps card during his playing career. The 264-card set includes rookies of Mike Milbury and Mike Palmateer.
Most collectors would agree that jumbo patch cards are worth swooning over. Here are more than 20 different 2012 Topps Tier One Prodigious Patches that prove that point.
2011-12 Panini Limited is a hits-driven set that comes with an autograph, memorabilia card and autographed rookie redemption in every single-pack box. The set features several focused themes and clean designs.
2012 Cryptozoic The Walking Dead Comic gets to the roots of the zombie phenomenon, offering a look at the comic series that started it all. Highlighted by one sketch card per box, the set also includes printing plates, foil parallels and a pair of insert sets.
Boasting the company’s biggest hockey checklist until the 1990s, 1975-76 Topps Hockey has a deceptively simple design. Key rookies include Pierre Larouche, Clark Gillies and Ron Greschner.
Cryptozoic is giving away pages of original comic art in DC Comics The New 52. Get details on the program as well as a peek at some of the art they’re passing on to collectors.
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.
Led by a Wayne Gretzky rookie card, 1979-80 Topps Hockey will always have a special place for hockey card collectors. Although not quite as desirable as its 1979-80 O-Pee-Chee cousin, the blue design is a hobby classic.
As hockey launched its Expansion Era, 1967-68 Topps Hockey marked the final release to include only Original Six teams. The 132-card set includes rookies of Rogie Vachon, Glen Sather and Jacques Lemaire.
1962-63 Topps Hockey marks the first time they made a hockey set without white borders. Focusing on the Rangers, Bruins and Blackhawks, key rookies include Vic Hadfield and Jim Nielson.
Want to know if those autographs you pulled from 2012 SP Signature Edition Baseball are rare? We’ve got a complete list of short print groupings and odds for the set’s basic autographs that don’t have serial numbers.