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2015 Topps Football Variations Info and Gallery

By Ryan Cracknell | Hobby Editor The 2015 Topps Football variation short prints are going to have you looking. It’s a flagship release. Were you expecting anything different? The list of variations is big and covers a few different areas. Veterans once again come with alternate photos featuring things like big moments and celebrations. Rookies […]

Complete 2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Variation details

By Ryan Cracknell | Hobby Editor The 2015 Topps Chrome Baseball variations take a familiar approach with what has been used in Chrome and flagship Topps baseball over the past few years. But you won’t find any Sparkles here. Instead, it’s more of the festive and celebratory take. Celebrations, teammate fun and postseason fashion are […]

2015 Topps Inception Football Rookie Autograph variations? Yes, there are.

By Ryan Cracknell | Hobby Editor Inception is still a relatively new brand for Topps. For football, it has been rookie autograph-focused. And while that’s still the case with 2015 Topps Inception Football, some unannounced Rookie Autograph variations add a new spin, albeit one that’s familiar with a lot of other brands.

2015 Panini Prestige Football Variations

2015 Panini Prestige Football variations are plentiful. That said, they’re not hard to spot. Rather than just a straightforward image swap, the set offers two different looks for rookies. All base set rookie cards show first-year players in their college uniforms. Their NFL teams and draft spot are prominent, but they’re distinctly NCAA-themed as far […]

Beckett 20 questions on … errors & variations

For the next issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly, we’re curious about your feelings on some of today’s variations and which types of errors made in the past are the most appealing as a collector.

Photo Guide: 2013 Topps Football SP variations

Topps included short-printed variations of 55 different cards in 2013 Topps Football.

Ripping Retail Retro: 1991 Pro Set Series 1 football

Join Beckett Sports Card Monthly’s Chris Olds as he rips into yet another $5 wax box — this time, a 1991 Pro Set Series 1 football box — in the latest retro edition of Ripping Retail.