2006 Topps Baseball is a transition year for the flagship brand. It sees a new set configuration, the return of a legend and the inclusion of a card that wasn’t supposed to be.
2012 Leaf Pete Rose – The Living Legend is one of the most affordable ways for collectors to get an autograph from baseball’s all-time hit king. For less than $50, boxes come with 10 packs of cards and either a Pete Rose autograph or autographed memorabilia redemption.
Here’s all the info you need on the 2012 Panini Rookies & Stars Football Rookie Materials Signatures cards. These rookie cards are numbered to 499 and have both an autograph and a player-worn jersey swatch. We’ve got a detailed visual checklist and more.
1960-61 Parkhurst Hockey saw the Detroit Red Wings join the Maple Leafs and Canadiens on the checklist. Key cards include Gordie Howe, Terry Sawchuk, John McKenzie and the final card from Maurice Richard’s playing career.
1937-38 O-Pee-Chee V304E Hockey was the last hockey card set of the decade from the company. The 48-card checklist includes Toe Blake, Aurel Joliat, Turk Broda and Charlie Conacher.
2011-12 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Hockey is faring very well on the secondary market, particularly the set’s biggest hits. So far, five singles have sold for at least $1,000 on eBay. Find out what’s driving the high-end sales.
The 2007 Topps Updates & Highlights Baseball checklist is largely filled with rookies and late-season roster moves. Like the 2007 flagship Topps sets, the main set is overshadowed by short prints and variations.
A trial date has been set in the case against Bill Mastro and three of his former Mastro Auctions employees. Paul Lesko has full details.
2012 Topps Football Game Time Giveaway is the company’s latest virtual redemption program. It boasts exclusive cards, prizes and a new game component. Get details here.
Thirty of hockey’s top prospects will be in Toronto on August 28 for the fourth annual NHLPA Rookie Showcase. Get a complete list of participants.
It’s a small world after all with 2012 Topps Mini Baseball. A shrunken down version of the flagship 2012 Topps Baseball sets, the complete set includes rookies of Yu Darvish and Bryce Harper. Every box, which was originally offered only online, includes an autograph or relic card.
A bland design, weak rookie crop and repetitive inserts make 2007 Topps Baseball one of the company’s less-desirable flagship sets. The most notable card in the set is the Derek Jeter, which had Mickey Mantle and George W. Bush added to the background.
Focusing exclusively on the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens, 1957-58 Parkhurst Hockey includes rookie cards of Frank Mahovlich and Henri Richard.
1888 N29 Allen & Ginter marked the second time the tobacco maker released a set of world champions trading cards. The 50-card multi-sport set includes six baseball players.
Entering its 15th season, 2012 Panini Rookies & Stars Football hobby boxes come with four total autographs and memorabilia cards, 24 rookie cards and a ton of inserts and parallels.
1936-37 O-Pee-Chee V304D Hockey continues a checklist that started three sets earlier. The 36-card set is distinct for its die-cut design that allowed cards to stand up.
Twenty 2012 Topps Chrome Baseball Variation short prints are one of the toughest chases in the release. Get a full checklist, info and gallery of the rare cards.
Bryce Harper and Yu Darvish lead a comprehensive list of 2012 Topps Chrome Baseball Autograph Rookie Variations. Get full details, including a visual checklist and buying guide.