With the cost being prohibitive for regular hobbyists to invest in these cards, the Topps Heritage seem to be rising in popularity.
Collectors can look forward to four on-card autographs (instead of just one) per hobby box of the 2017 Bowman High Tek baseball set released recently.
A hobby box will cost you more than $2,000 so that alone will limit the number of collectors who will be able to collect 2017 Topps Diamond Icons baseball cards.
This might be a nice set for younger collectors to get into judging purely by the look of the cards…but there are hits.
For the die hards out there, learning more about the hobby by reading up on the history of sports card collecting can be enlightening.
Just like the official release of the 2017 Topps Gold Label today, there are some pretty nice hits available on eBay from the 2017 Topps Triple Threads set.
Since the release of the 2017 Topps Definitive Collection baseball set, more sweet hits have been showing up on eBay.
Is it June already? The 2017 baseball season just seemed to have started yesterday and we were only talking about the unofficial start of the season with the 2017 Topps Series 1 release date.
Topps Gypsy Queen is back at it again with their latest release of the throwback designs to the early days (1900s era) of baseball cards, but with some big changes.
Those looking for alternatives to the Topps brand can look forward to the release of Panini America’s 2017 Donruss Baseball hobby box tomorrow.
The checklist is out, which means the official release of this year’s Topps Heritage Baseball is just around the corner.
We weren’t expecting much other than the special Jackie Robinson insert card, but we also got a sweet super short print of a hot rookie.
The holiday season is now well past us, but our local Walmart just finally received their shipment of 2016 Topps Baseball holiday boxes (this is a Walmart exclusive product), so … Continue Reading REVIEW: 2016 Topps Baseball Holiday Box (with video of the box break)
I just opened a blaster box of Topps Baseball Series 1 that I bought from Walmart and it was a bust.
Out of all the positive reviews highlighted on the back cover of Dave Jamieson’s Mint Condition: How Baseball Cards Became an American Obsession, I like how Forbes.com describes the book best.