2012 Ace Authentic Grand Slam 3 Tennis serves up three hits in every box, including two autographs. Collectors can hunt for signatures and memorabilia from current tennis greats like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Caroline Wozniacki.
2012 Topps U.S. Olympic Team and Olympic Hopefuls Autographs is the most comprehensive collection of Olympic signatures ever seen in a card set. Check out the cards in our gallery and get full details on the set, which includes Hope Solo, Alex Morgan and Michael Phelps.
Aimed largely at hit seekers and fans of classic cards, 2012 Leaf Best of Baseball is highlighted by a graded or slabbed buyback in every single-pack box. Boxes also come with either an exclusive autograph or sketch card.
One of baseball’s most charismatic personalities, Hunter Pence has become one of the game’s most popular players. Get detailed info on all of his rookie cards, including images and a buying guide.
One of the most popular (and controversial) trading card sets of all-time, 1962 Topps Mars Attacks tells a fictional tale of Martians invading the earth. The 55-card set includes several iconic images done by Norman Saunders.
1977-78 O-Pee-Chee WHA Hockey is the final set the card maker produced for the failing league. The set has a smaller checklist than in years past and no major rookie cards.
One of the earliest hockey card sets, 1923 V145-1 Hockey features many of the game’s top stars at the time. Included on the checklist are the likes of Georges Vezina, Howie Morenz and King Clancy.
Here is everything you need to know about the 2012 Elite Football Rookie Inscriptions autographs. Get a full checklist for the acetate set including color variation numbers, images, team info and a buying guide to shop for individual cards.
Led by a clean design and the iconic Rickey Henderson rookie, 1980 Topps Baseball rings in a new decade with a solid 726-card set. While there aren’t any other top tier rookies, the checklist highlights the top stars of the time.
Introduced as a candy premium, 1924 V130 Maple Crispette Hockey doubled as a collect and win contest for a pair of skates. The 30-card set has one extreme short print as well as key stars like Howie Morenz and Georges Vezina.
Continuing from where the V304A set left off, 1933-34 O-Pee-Chee Hockey features a similar design. However, these 24 cards are considered much rarer, commanding strong amounts on the secondary market.
Terrell Suggs is the latest athlete to try to cash in on a catchphrase. Paul Lesko has details on Suggs filing several trademark applications for the use of ‘Ball So Hard University.’
The National Sports Collectors Convention has long been the hobby’s premier event. But rather than rest on the past, Rick Klein offers some suggestions on how to make the National even better.
2012 Topps Inception Football sees the return of the dark and distinct design along with tons of rookie signatures. Single-pack boxes promise two autographs or autographed relics and one relic card. Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck and Trent Richardson are among the autograph highlights.
Take a trip back to the 1990s when case hits were wild. They also often didn’t rely on autographs or game-used memorabilia. We look at 12 of the era’s best insert sets that still command huge amounts today.
2012 SAGE Next Rookies Football is an all-autograph release. Featuring autographs from such 2012 rookies as Robert Griffin III, Trent Richardson and Justin Blackmon, every card is numbered to 50 or less.
We count down the 10 best rookie cards from one of hockey’s greatest decades. Which all-time greats make the list? Which ones didn’t make it. Find out here. Includes images, analysis and buying guide.
Although 1972-73 O-Pee-Chee Hockey doesn’t have a headline rookie, the set still boasts a solid veteran core that includes Bobby Orr, Bobby Hull and Ken Dryden.