Panini has released their tracker for the 50 solid gold 2010-11 Gold Standard Basketball cards that were seeded in packs of the recently released basketball card product.
The company’s biggest set to date, 1961 Topps Baseball is highlighted by rookie cards of Ron Santo, Juan Marichal and Billy Williams. The set has nearly 600 cards.
Memorable for its distinct wood grain borders, 1962 Topps Baseball includes rookie cards of Lou Brock, Gaylord Perry and Boog Powell.
The first annual Hockey Fest from Dave and Adam’s Card World features autograph sessions with Gordie Howe and Steven Stamkos and on-site authentication from Upper Deck Authenticated.
The Cleveland Indians field a really young team, after just calling up Lonnie Chisenhall on June 27 to play third, and Jason Kipnis on July 21 to play second. And one mustn’t forget their future pitching ace, Drew Pomeranz. Although Chisenhall is batting .259 in the majors, he’s young (22) and will improve. Also, while […]
Topps has announced the acquisition of GMG Entertainment, a leading publisher of digital currency cards. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
For two days only, collectors using the code ‘SHIPCARD11′ at the Professional Football Hall of Fame online store will receive a free set of Panini football cards. This annual release commemorates the players to be enshrined at the Professional Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, Saturday August 6th. Designed and produced in partnership with […]
Panini’s re-tooled and re-invented rendition of Certified is set to debut this July. Totally Certified features many of the same aspects that made it’s predecessor popular with collectors including buildable parallel sets and collectible autographs. However, the most intriguing aspect of the product isn’t found in the past, it’s found in the futuristic Panini HRX video cards that will be seeded in the product – 204 in all.
Guide to collecting Willie Mays’ baseball cards. Includes a rookie card checklist, card gallery, and more.
With Zenith Hockey, Panini will attempt to reinvent one of the more interesting brands from the era of sports card excess. In addition to receiving Zenith cards, each box will receive a jolt of life via the “Dare to Tear” box topper, which features Legendary rookie cards, Epix inserts as well as never before seen rookie cards from National Treasures and Elite. 2010-11 Zenith Hockey is set to release on May 11th, with each box delivering 3 hits.
Upper Deck has confirmed base card variations for 2011 Goodwin Champions. They also released insertion rates for the rare Sports Royalty autographs.
Guide to collecting Ted Williams baseball cards. Includes a rookie card checklist, card gallery, and more.
A foul ball from Derek Jeter’s 3,000th hit at-bat is headed for the auction block. This comes after the actual 3,000 hit ball was given to Jeter without any expectations for anything in return.
Headed to the National? You’d better have a game plan. Here’s our survival guide to the biggest sports card and memorabilia show of the year.
Donruss Elite returns for another season of numbered rookies, die-cuts and autographs. The most notable new additions to the tried and true Elite formula is intriguing to say the least, those being the first ever book cards in Panini history. 2011 Donruss Elite snaps on June 15th, with each 20 pack hobby box delivering 4 hits.
A pair of love letters written by Michael Jordan are being returned to their original owner after she claimed they were stolen.
The lawsuit accusing Topps of marking Ring Pops with expired patents is resolved as quickly as it began. In Law of Cards, Paul Lesko speculates over the lack of drama.
Panini’s Luxury Suite promises to cut straight to the high-end hits when the product hits the hobby scene this June. The freshman hockey card offering features an intriguing patch and autograph driven parallel system, a wide array of rookies and plenty of on-card autographs. Each hobby box of 2010-11 Panini Luxury Suite will deliver 4 packs, 8 hits and 4 numbered rookie cards.