The E90-1 American Caramel baseball card set remains one of the most popular non-tobacco pre-war card issues, one that contains a roster of long ago stars.
Modern Sports Card News
Thirty years ago, the 1986-87 Fleer basketball set survived a less than enthusiastic start and revolutionized the industry.
As the 2016 season winds down, Topps is tallying up the numbers for its on-demand trading card platform.
Chronicling virtually every baseball card set ever made over the last 150 years, the 2016 Standard Catalog of Vintage Baseball cards arrives this week.
Sports Memorabilia News
A rare image of Hall of Famer Jimmie Foxx, winding down his career during a brief stint with the Chicago Cubs is up for auction.
Around the Hobby
Former NFL player Steve Gleason can no longer use his hands but he can still sign his name thanks to some special technology. Now, his jersey is just part of an NFL-backed benefit auction.
Remembering what sports card and memorabilia auctions were like in the stone age. Got a stack of postcards and a roll of stamps?
What’s Hot in the Shop
The list of top selling trading card products at Mike’s includes a couple of old favorites and some relative newcomers.
A look at the different kinds of early “card photographs”, including how to judge their age by the type and style of cardboard backing.