2011 Ace Authentic Match Point 2 Tennis offers five autographs and a memorabilia card in every box. The checklist pays particular attention to the game’s biggest stars: Novak Djokovic, Maria Sharapova, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Keeping the Craigslist Idiots in check and sharing his own custom dream cards, Mike Levine celebrates the four-year anniversary of Bad Wax in January.
It’s been eight years since new Troy Polamalu autograph cards have been produced. Panini has announced they’ve come to terms with the recognizable star to have his signature in several 2011 products.
2011 Leaf Sports Icons Cut Signature Edition continues with the company’s popular concept. Every pack includes a cut signature autograph. As always, the checklist has lots of legends. Collectors can also find intriguing dual signatures.
Retail giants like Target are increasingly driving the hobby. Rob Bertrand looks at why this is and offers traditional card shops practical tips on how they can compete and be relevant in today’s hobby.
Stale Gum is one of the first blogs to focus on the hobby. It’s also one of the funniest and most honest. Written by Chris Harris, Stale Gum doesn’t shy from the tough questions and happily calls out bad gimmicks.
The Cardboard Connection has acquired Card Collectors World, one of the leading sports card forums on the net. The forum has been relocated to the cardboardconnection.com domain where it will serve as the site’s online community.
Leaf recently took down any mention of 2011 Best of Baseball from their website. In Law of Cards, Paul Lesko analyzes whether this is any indication of where the Topps v. Leaf lawsuit is headed.
The Winnipeg Jets finally unveiled their new jerseys today, which are bound to be among the hottest in the NHL. It also means that Upper Deck and Panini will be hard at work to incorporate them into their upcoming hockey card sets.
Canadian police recently intercepted 40 fake Winnipeg Jets jerseys coming from China. The big tip-off: the hockey team hasn’t unveiled their new jerseys yet.
San Francisco Giants fans celebrated Star Wars Day on Sunday with costumes, a screening of The Empire Strikes Back and one of the coolest giveaways ever: Brian Wilson in Carbonite.
Now that you’ve conquered eBay, it’s time to master live auctions. Here’s a guide on how to prepare and what to look for as you get ready for your first sports memorabilia auction or estate sale.
In Law of Cards, Paul Lesko tells us why a sports memorabilia case in Florida could lead to better practices from appraisers.
Joe Namath returned to Broadway on Tuesday, appearing on the Late Show with David Letterman. Namath was lively in the interview that, in part, promoted the Topps Super Bowl Legends promotion.
2010-11 The Cup Hockey set information, price comparisons and top singles. The Cadillac of hockey cards returns with the promise of two autographed patch cards in every single-pack box.
The 2012 NFL Experience begins January 27 in Indianapolis. Among the highlights are free autograph sessions with more than 50 superstars.
A new trademark filing by Topps suggests that Mars Attacks, the classic entertainment card brand, is set to make a comeback with MP3, phone and tablet computer skins.
Panini and The Art of the Game have settled their lawsuit stemming from Kobe Bryant autographs the retailer was selling. Panini, who have exclusive autograph rights for the Lakers superstar, claimed the signatures were fake.