Flyers goaltending great Bernie Parent is the key rookie card in 1968-69 Topps Hockey. Notable for being the company’s last horizontal base set design, the checklist also has many Hall of Famers.
UK-based Unstoppable Cards has released a new set of cards based on the zombie classic, Night of the Living Dead. Get full details and images of all nine autographs in the set.
1996-97 Topps Chrome Basketball features one of the best rookie card lineups for a modern basketball card set with Kobe Bryant leading the way. High-grade copies and Refractors are highly desired.
1969-70 Topps Hockey marks the first time the card maker included career stats on the backs. It’s also the first Topps hockey set to have natural backgrounds. Although the checklist has several Hall of Famers, the lone major rookie is Serge Savard.
Here is everything you need to know about the 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Framed Mini Autographs. Get complete checklists, extensive images and a handy buying guide. Covers both the baseball and non-baseball “Champions” autographs.
1980-81 Topps Hockey is notable for its scratch-off card fronts. A loaded rookie card checklist includes Ray Bourque, Mike Gartner and Mike Liut.
2012 Topps Pro Debut marks the third year that Topps has been the exclusive manufacturer for MiLB baseball cards. Boxes of the reasonably priced product promise two autographs and two relic cards. Collectors can also chase short prints, numbered parallels and more.
Get complete details on Fashionable Ladies and Guys in Hats mini cards, a pair of surprise inclusions in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball. This comprehensive guide includes a checklist, buying guide and images of every card in both sets.
One of the hobby’s most rooted traditions, the 2012 Topps Baseball Complete Set Hobby Edition comes with all Series 1 and Series 2 base cards plus a pack of five exclusive Orange parallels.
Gilbert Perreault and Brad Park both have rookie cards in 1970-71 Topps Hockey. The 132-card set features a distinct design that is most notable for five lights in the background.
What are the most valuable rookie cards from the 1970s? We’ve analyzed the numbers and are counting down the top 17. Expect surprises.
A classic design and the rookie card of Ken Dryden, one of the best goalies ever, make 1971-72 Topps Hockey stand out. The set also has several cards that 1971-72 O-Pee-Chee Hockey doesn’t, including another all-time great, Gordie Howe.
In the latest athlete filing a trademark application, Ndamukong Suh is looking to gain control of the phrase “House of Spears.” Paul Lesko has all the details and the specifics of the application.
1981-82 Topps Hockey suffered from a different distribution method. While the first 66 cards were available everywhere, the West and East each had their own additional 66 cards. Key rookies include Jari Kurri, Denis Savard, Peter Stastny and Dino Ciccarelli.
Mike Bossy, Doug Wilson and Bernie Federko all have rookie cards in 1978-79 Topps Hockey. The design features a lot of familiar elements while the 264-card checklist is comprehensive.
Have you ever read a patent document? Law of Cards’ Paul Lesko uses a new Upper Deck patent to show just how complex and confusing these documents can be.
2012 Upper Deck Soccer kicks off another MLS season with stellar photography, one autograph and four game-used memorabilia cards, including one premium- or multi-swatch card, in every hobby box.
A key piece of the Angels’ offense, Mark Trumbo has emerged as one of baseball’s most dangerous hitters. Get detailed info on his rookie cards, including images and a buying guide.