Part of the birthplace of Topps Baseball, 1951 Topps Blue Backs are the more valuable half of the early baseball card game from the card maker. Key cards include Hall of Fame players Richie Ashburn and Johnny Mize.
2015 Leaf Greatest Hits Basketball takes the card maker’s Best of approach and expands it offering four repurchased cards per box instead of just one. Boxes also have one original card.
Are your eyes hurting trying to see the 2015 Topps Baseball Sparkle Variations? We’ve highlighted exactly where you can find them, making them simple to spot.
2015 Topps Tier One Baseball is back as an all-hits product. Each box comes with a pair of autographs, most of which are signed on-card, and one relic card.
2015 Topps Series 2 Baseball variation spotting made easy. Here’s what to look for and what you need to know about the short prints.
Featuring a wide variety of athletes, 1951 Berk Ross is still mostly known for the many baseball subjects. Joe DiMaggio, Stan Musial and Whitey Ford are the key options. It is also the place to find the first card for basketball star Bob Cousy.
1948-49 Leaf Baseball is a hobby classic. The first color set of baseball cards following WWII, the checklist includes rookie cards for Jackie Robinson and Satchel Paige, as well as key cards for several other all-time greats.
2015-16 Upper Deck Artifacts Hockey continues to emphasize game-used memorabilia. Hobby boxes promise a total of three autograph or relic cards.
Closely resembling T206 cards, 1910-19 T213 Coupon Baseball was offered in three releases spread over a decade. Multiple Hall of Fame players bolster the limited regional set.
2015 Upper Deck Ant-Man trading cards follow a similar pattern as the company’s other Marvel movie sets. Hobby boxes have a pair of memorabilia cards and either an autograph or sketch card.
2015 Score Football gives several big-name players the variation treatment. Get a detailed look at them, including side-by-side comparisons so you know exactly what to look for.
1988 Donruss Baseball isn’t the most exciting set to look at. It’s also far from the rarest. However, it does include rookie cards of Roberto Alomar and Tom Glavine.
The third and final set in Gum, Inc. line’s original run, 1941 Play Ball Baseball features an improved look and another strong checklist. Highlights include Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams and Pee Wee Reese.
The final release from Goudey, 1941 Goudey Baseball is not the strongest effort from the company, but the colorful look makes it stand out. Led by Hall of Fame players Carl Hubbell and Mel Ott, there are actually four versions of each card and several short prints.
2015 Topps Series 2 Baseball expands the main set by another 350 cards, bringing it to 700 total. Hobby boxes have the standard one autograph or relic card while jumbo boxes have one autograph and two relics.
The Golden State Warriors are your 2015 NBA Finals champions! Celebrate their terrific season with a good mix of memorabilia and apparel that documents the title.
2015 Rittenhouse James Bond Archives has a base set for Quantum of Solace as well as throwback inserts for three older Bond films. Autograph signers include Halle Berry, Roger Moore and Christopher Lee.
2015 Score Football is one of Panini’s first NFL sets of the season. The 400-card base set has more than 100 rookies. Boxes come with either an autograph or memorabilia card.