With on-card autographs, four jersey swatches and low numbering, 2011-12 Panini Prime Hockey Prime Rookies are likely to be some of the most popular rookie cards of the year. Get a detailed gallery, checklist, redemption info and buying guide.
1961-62 Parkhurst Hockey has a 51-card checklist that focuses solely on the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings. Dave Keon is the only significant rookie in the colorful set.
Led by the Bobby Hull rookie card, 1958-59 Topps Hockey is one the company’s most memorable sets. The 66-card checklist also includes rookies of Eddie Shack and Ken Wharram.
1966 Topps Batman Black Bat is one of five Caped Crusader sets the company made that year. Featuring artwork from pulp master Norman Saunders, the set remains extremely popular with collectors today.
2012 Topps WWE is one of the company’s most rounded wrestling card sets to date. Highlights include autographs, Divas Kiss Cards, sketch cards by Jerry Lawler and mat relics featuring canvas from the Wrestlemania XXVIII ring. Every 2012 Topps WWE hobby box comes with two hits.
2012 Leaf Signature Series Basketball is an all-autograph release that mixes legends and rookies. Key signers include Karl Malone, Scottie Pippen, Clyde Drexler and Dominique Wilkins. Every box comes with five on-card autographs.
Get complete details on the 2012 Topps NFL Kickoff promotion. We’ve got a complete checklist for both the base set and autographs as well as info on the redemption program that runs September 5 to 11.
1968-69 O-Pee-Chee Hockey marked the first time the Canadian company offered its own set to Canadians. Key rookies include Bernie Parent and Gary Unger.
The first major set of hockey cards, 1910 C56 Hockey predates that NHL. Key players include Newsy LaLonde, Cyclone Taylor and Art Ross.
2005 Topps Updates and Highlights has a loaded checklist that includes rookie cards of Ryan Braun, Matt Kemp, Andrew McCutchen and Jered Weaver. Hobby boxes promise a relic, most of which are focused on the All-Star Game.
1976 Topps Star Trek is just the second trading card set in the franchise’s history. Complete sets include 88 cards and 22 stickers. This is the first Star Trek set to include color images.
2005 Topps Baseball is a straight-forward release featuring a somewhat simple design and lots of inserts. Key rookie cards include Justin Verlander and Ian Kinsler.
Pages and albums are one of the best ways to store and display your collection. But cards come in different sizes. Use this handy guide to pick and buy the best trading card pages for your collection.
1967 Leaf Star Trek is the first set for one of the hobby’s most important franchises. The 72-card set is believed to have been distributed regionally for a short time. Today, it is considered to be quite rare.
1912-13 C57 Hockey is the final major hockey set of the tobacco era. Believed to have been produced by Imperial Tobacco, key cards include Georges Vezina and Cyclone Taylor.
2012 Topps Finest Baseball returns with a ton of Refractors, autographed rookies and die-cut inserts. Included on the checklist is Rangers pitcher, Yu Darvish, who has a handful of different autographs. Each master box promises an on-card rookie autograph and a jumbo relic rookie autograph.
No player has been as hot in the hobby this summer as Mike Trout. We track the top 20 card sales of the rookie phenom over the heart of the 2012 baseball season.
Topps promised “unusual artifacts from the past” on their 2012 Allen & Ginter Baseball N43 Artifacts redemptions. And that’s what redemption card holders are going to get. Get the full list of ancient relics that will be used for the set.