Posted on August 2, 2013 – 8:52 am | Author: chrisolds
Beckett Updates, Industry News, News Categories, Vintage News | NSCC, Topps, vintage | Comments (1)
Walk aisle after aisle and you’ll see more vintage than you can imagine.
Posted on July 18, 2013 – 8:00 am | Author: Susan Lulgjuraj
Baseball, Beckett News, Beckett Updates, News Categories, Vintage News | 1989 topps, baseball cards, commercial, doc gooden, Dodgers, family, funny, gregg jefferies, kirk gibson, Video, vintage, YouTube | Comments (14)
By Dan Good | Contributing Editor Ah, the Gregg Jefferies days … I was recently watching a TV broadcast from 1989 when I came across a gem – a commercial for Topps team sets. Only $12.95 plus tax! Sure seems like a good investment.
Posted on March 1, 2012 – 12:05 pm | Author: tolentinotown
Football | Bart Starr, Beckett Football, BVG, Don Draper, featured, Fran Tarkenton, Joe Namath, Johnny Unitas, Mad Men, Mid-Century, Polls, Quarterbacks, Reader Opinions, vintage | Comments (5)
By Andrew Tolentino | Football Editor Despite hype and promise, the forthcoming issue of Beckett Football will not feature top rookie prospect Andrew Luck on the front cover. Instead, we’re turning back the pages of time and hobby history to reflect on an era of style, circumstance, and stardom. Oh, and we’re also giddy over […]
Posted on February 24, 2012 – 9:15 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Box Busters & Ripping Retail | 1957 Topps, 1958 Topps, 1959 Topps, 1963 Topps, 1966 Topps, baseball cards, featured, Topps, vintage | Comments (4)
Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he rips into something he picked up at a hobby shop (gasp!) and found a great piece of trivia inside in this latest edition of (sorta) Box Busters.
Posted on September 27, 2011 – 7:28 pm | Author: Susan Lulgjuraj
Baseball | 1956 Jay Publishing, 1960 Topps, 1964 Topps, 1965 Topps, elston howard, Mickey Mantle, MLB, New York Yankees, vintage, Yogi Berra | Comments (7)
Elston Howard was the first black player in New York’s history – and yet I feel he has fallen through the proverbial cracks when it comes to Yankee history.