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Tag Archives: Leaf Trading Cards

Yasiel Puig has Bowman buyers feeling lucky

Yasiel Puig’s Bowman Lucky redemption card has scorched since his two-homer game last night.

Leaf readies Brittney Griner cards, autographs

Basketball fans waiting for the WNBA’s No. 1 draft pick won’t have to wait long.

First look: 2012-13 Leaf Metal basketball cards (with checklist)

Aiming to fill an apparent void in the “under-served basketball market,” Leaf Trading Cards unveiled 2012-13 Leaf Metal on Tuesday.

Leaf readies first tennis release

By Susan Lulgjuraj | Beckett Sports Card Monthly Editor Leaf will bring its first tennis-only product to the market at the end of the month. The company acquired Ace Authentic’s trading card line in December and less than six months later, 2013 Ace Authentic Signature Series Tennis will be here.

Industry Summit: Leaf’s corporate address

Gray grabs attention by saying what’s on his mind.

Box Busters: 2013 Leaf Metal Draft football cards

Join Beckett Football’s Dan Hitt and Chris Olds as they rip into boxes of 2013 Leaf Metal Draft in this latest edition of Box Busters.

Jerry Buss’ legacy not seen on many NBA cards — but he’s got plenty elsewhere

Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss appears on just one licensed NBA card.

League of Their Own director Penny Marshall finally gets her own baseball card

Penny Marshall makes her trading card — and certified autograph — debut in 2012 Leaf Legends of Sport.

Leaf signs Damian Lillard as first hoops exclusive

Leaf Trading Cards announced on Thursday that it has signed Portland Trail Blazers rookie Damian Lillard to an exclusive multi-year autograph and memorabilia deal that will cover both trading cards and memorabilia.

2012 Leaf Metal Draft Football on the Horizon

Early-season manufacturer Leaf Trading Cards recently unveiled more details about its forthcoming 2012 Leaf Metal Draft release

Preview Gallery: 2011 Leaf Metal Draft Football

Yielding four on-card autographs per four-card box, 2011 Leaf Metal Draft is an exceptional unlicensed looker. The product bears a resemblance to other familiar shimmering cards, but the low-quantity rip seems to deliver concentrated quality with inserts and parallels — all presented in toploaders.