Posted on November 18, 2014 – 1:58 pm | Author: chrisolds
Football | 2014 Flawless, Alshon Jeffery, Colin Kaepernick, game-used cards, Panini America, Russell Wilson | Comments (12)
Panini America admitted on Tuesday that it made a mistake on some game-used cards in its 2014 Flawless football card set.
Posted on September 12, 2014 – 6:17 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Basketball, Beckett Updates, Football, Hockey, News Categories, Pop Culture News, Vintage News, World Of Sports | Charlie Sheen, derek jeter, game-used, game-used cards, game-used dirt, Major League, memorabilia cards, Mickey Mantle, MLB, MLB authentication, Non-Sports, Panini America, patch card, Relics, Ricky Vaughn, Sneak Peek, Topps, Upper Deck, Zoe Saldana | Comments (13)
It’s all memorabilia cards all the time as we prep The Game-used Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly, so it is right here, too. Here is the latest installment of 20 Questions — all about mem cards.
Posted on September 9, 2014 – 12:33 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Basketball, Beckett Updates, Football, Hockey, Industry News, News Categories, Pop Culture News, World Of Sports | game-used, game-used cards, game-used memorabilia cards, itg, Panini America, Relic, Topps, Triple Threads, Upper Deck | Comments (4)
You might think that we’re seeing fewer game-used memorabilia cards in our packs these days as collector tastes continue to evolve and new creations capture our attention. You’d be wrong.
Posted on February 18, 2014 – 5:04 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Beckett Updates, News Categories | 2014 Topps Tribute, game-used cards, jumbo Relics, MLB, Relics, Topps, tribute | Comments (8)
This year’s edition of Topps Tribute arrives on Wednesday with some new design touches on the autographs, some new types of jumbo memorabilia cards and a more futuristic look for the traditionally holo-centric brand.
Posted on November 21, 2011 – 8:38 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Football | baseball, football, game-used cards, game-used memorabilia, JO Sports Co., MLB, nfl | Comments (16)
The New York Daily News reported on Monday night that three sports memorabilia dealers pleaded guilty to mail fraud on Monday as part of a long-running investigation conducted by the FBI and other federal agencies.