|September 4, 2012 | Vol. 13 No. 19|
|Collectors Club||SMR Price Guide||Pop Report||Facts||Services||Set RegistrySM|
The 1979 Topps Incredible Hulk Set
If you were alive during the late-1970s or early-1980s, then there's a good chance you watched an episode or two of the hit series "The Incredible Hulk", starring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno - the man behind the big, green comic book figure. In 1979, Topps produced an 88-card set, along with a 22-piece sticker set which commemorated the popular television series. Each card and sticker contained images from the show. In the following article, we revisit this classic 1970s series, viewed through the cards and stickers made for collectors of the misunderstood green giant. More...
The 1964 Philadelphia Football Set
The 1964 Philadelphia football set doesn't quite get the fanfare of some of its later issues, like the rookie-rich 1966 series. This 198-card set does contain a nice selection of Hall of Fame players, including several HOF rookie cards in #3 John Mackey, #71 Herb Adderley, #72 Willie Davis, #91 Merlin Olsen and #161 Jimmy Johnson. Perhaps the most appealing aspect to collecting this often overlooked set is its relative affordability. In the following piece, we explore the appeal of a set that seems to live under the radar of most collectors. More...
Set Registry Spotlight
Paul's 1952 Parkies - The Number One Current Finest 1952-53 Parkhurst Hockey Set
Parkhurst hockey sets from the 1950s all seem to be on fire as of late. These sets are what Topps was, and is, to baseball during the same period. This 105-card issue, which closely resembles the 1951 Parkhurst design, is colorful and difficult just like its predecessor. The three keys to the set are the #1 Maurice Richard, #58 Tim Horton rookie and the 2nd-year Gordie Howe card. With a GPA of 7.75, this year's winner is the finest complete set in registry history and, shockingly, the only complete set in any grade on the Current Finest list. Click here to view.
Want List & Collectors Corner If you are using the Want List feature in My Set Registry, you'll find an enhancement which we rolled out last week. From the items in your want list there are now links to items which are available in Collectors Corner. Collectors Corner, a division of the Certified Coin Exchange, is one of the Collectors Universe (NASDAQ:CLCT) divisions along with PSA and PSA/DNA. Today, Collectors Corner is listing over 21,000 sports and non-sports cards and tickets by qualified dealers. We hope you'll find this new feature a useful way to fill your want lists.
Set Registry Special!
All Sports and Non-Sports - $8 Per Card/10-card minimum - cards valued under $100 each. Click here for details.
Goldin Auctions Has Picked Up Exciting Memorabilia for Fall 2012 Auction: Opens October 10
Excitement around the upcoming fall auction is growing. We invite you to register to receive a free full color catalog for our upcoming Fall 2012 Premier Auction of Sports Memorabilia and Collectibles (www.goldinauctions.com) opening October 10, 2012. The auction will feature over 1,000 lots of the finest Sports Memorabilia and Collectibles in the industry. Click here to read more!
Headline-Making E98 "Baseball Cards From The Attic" on Display in Long Beach, September 5-8
Some of the century-old rare, series E98 baseball cards that recently generated national headlines - the treasure trove of 1910-era cards discovered in an Ohio house attic - will be publicly exhibited for the first time on the West Coast at the Long Beach Coin, Stamp & Collectibles Expo (www.LongBeachExpo.com). The show is open to the public in the Long Beach, California Convention Center, 100 S. Pine Ave., September 6 - 8, 2012. Click here to read more!
Sirius Sports Cards Auction #63 Is Now Open for Bidding. Ends Thursday, Sept. 6
There are 630 lots for auction that will end on Thursday September 6, 2012, at 11 PM EST using the 15 minute rule. This auction features many high grade and low pop cards for collectors to complete their sets from the 1950s through the 1970s. There are some nice groups of 1960 Topps baseball, 1963 Topps Baseball all graded, 1964 Topps Stand Up Baseball & Coins, 1966 Topps Baseball, a nearly complete 1959 Topps Football set only missing the Unitas all graded PSA 8, and some 1962 Salada Football coins all graded PSA 8 or better, plus much more. Click here for more!
Love of the Game Sports Auction House Launches Operations
Company Accepting Consignments for Inaugural Auction in October. Love of the Game Auctions, a new Internet-based sports auction house catering to the passionate collector of memorabilia and cards, has launched operations and is inviting collectors to register to bid in its upcoming auctions. Click here for more!
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A PSA/DNA Original Photograph Guide – A Visual Tour of Photos Used to Create Baseball Cards and Memorabilia.
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21,191 Cards for Sale Today valued at $3,344,557
Most Recent Listings:
1953 Bowman 94 Chuck Drazenovich PSA NM-MT 8.$295.00
1961 Topps 482 Willie Mays MVP PSA Mint 9...$700.00
1966/67 Bazooka 7 Mickey Mantle Hand Cut PSA Good 2...$275.00
Most Valuable Listings:
1909 E90-1 American Caramel Joe Jackson PSA VG 3...$26,500
1952 Topps 311 Mickey Mantle PSA EX 5...$18,500.00
1909 E90-1 American Caramel Joe Jackson PSA Good 2...$15,500.00
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