Trading & Sports Card Collecting
Since the summer of 77, one of the most popular Star Wars related merchandise was the Topps Trading Card Series and over 30 years later, they are still just as collectible and sought after!
A storage unit is no place for inventory, even older inventory. If its in storage, it isn't available for sale. This article outlines a big lot of cards just pulled from storage. Let the fun begin!
When it comes to baseball card collecting, many experts agree that the 1952 Topps baseball card set is the prototype for both modern baseball card design and collectivity. The set is beautiful, very collectible, scarce,...
Presenting 2016 Topps Series 1 Set Information and a quick look at 11 Hobby Packs with pictures and commentary
You may ask the very simple question... Who cares? But it should be no surprise that many people are very interested in this event and how it may affect Derek Jeter's collectibles, especially his baseball cards....
Hockey cards have been around for over a hundred years. From the earliest tobacco cards through the classic 1950s issues to cards of today's superstars like Sidney Crobsy or Alexander Ovechkin, the cardboard depiction...
In September 2015, Topps UK launched a new range of Star Wards Trading Cards, to capitalize on the run-in to one of the most eagerly film releases in recent years.
Since 2011, Cryptozoic have produced two series of licensed collectible Trading Cards based on the massive AMC TV Series "The Walking Dead", here is a look at the sets in detail.
Part 2 of my series on Harry Potter collecting will look at some simple rules for collecting trading cards associated with the series. We will explore both Artbox and Wizards of the Coast trademarks.
I remember being a kid when Pokémon was first starting to gain popularity: how I would beg my parents to buy a pack of the cards for me every time we went to the store, how I sat in reverence watching the...
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