You can probably guess at least three NBA players from this era that will grace any top 10 list, and you know King James will be amongst them. But there’s a slew of other transcendent talent that should slam dunk their way into the ranks.
There’s Tom Brady and then there’s the next level of stars below him. That’s what happens when you ring up five Super Bowl wins and four Super Bowl MVP awards; you start separating yourself from the rest of the pack. Nevertheless, the NFL has several top-notch players whose names are in the discussion when the topic turns to the most desirable rookie cards of the 2000s.
From Don Hutson all the way to Jerry Rice, the history of the game has no shortage of incredible pass catchers. These wide receivers couldn’t keep their hands off the football, and many collectors would love to get their hands on these rookie cards.
Just like the key to a complete offense is an effective ground game, no greatest all-time running back collection is complete without these legendary athletes. These rookie issues will hit the ground running.
The history of the game is full of memorable signal callers, but only a select few stand out as legendary. And the rookie issues of these transcendent quarterbacks are among the most coveted cards in the hobby.
If you are a baseball fan or a collector, I am sure you have toyed with the idea of being manager for a day and attempted to fill out your personal All-Time Baseball lineup. Joe Orlando gives his ultimate lineup and invites you to share your own.
Which historical and entertainment figures made the 2014 Most Dangerous Autographs lists? Check out the complete list to find out.
Which superstar athletes, past and present, made the 2014 Most Dangerous Autographs lists? Check out the complete list to find out.
Some collectors still think of the 1980s as a cardboard wasteland, but the 1980s offered a better crop of football rookies than any other decade. What are some of the coveted 1980s rookies that are most elusive in PSA-10 condition?
These cards are some of the most valuable and rare basketball cards. They are also the keys to many complete sets. Come with us as we look at the Top 10 Must-Own Basketball Cards of All Time, in reverse chronological order.
See if you agree with our Top 10 picks.
As another Fall Classic passes, PSA Lists looks at the Top Ten World Series Tickets of All-Time.
These tickets are all about the unforgettable moments that these World Series provided to fans of the game.
Set Building. It’s the foundation of card collecting.
Yet some sets rise above others due to their composition, design, key features and rarities. These are the sets that become the ultimate treasures in the hobby.
Many who collected cards in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s now think those cards they so feverishly collected growing up are now worthless.
You might be shocked to learn that idea couldn’t be further from the truth. Many of the cards from those decades are worth incredible amounts today.
In an effort to categorize those autographs that appeal to the widest range of collectors, we’ve elected to rank the top autographs from each sport. In this list, we reveal the Top 20 autographs from America’s most collected sport – baseball.
In the following slideshow, we have put together a list of some of the greatest rarities in the trading card market. To make it clear, this list was not assembled with scarcity as the lone factor. Each card combines a level of scarcity with popularity, extreme importance and other factors.
During the past few years, collectors have become increasingly exposed to and interested in tickets. The problem has been and continues to be a real lack of available information about them. How scarce are they? What are they worth?
In the following slideshow, I have compiled a list of what many experts consider to be the top 20 most important cards in the hobby. You will notice that the trading card list is heavily weighted towards vintage material.
Since 1998, PSA/DNA has evaluated approximately three and a half million autographs. Last year alone, PSA/DNA's team of experts reviewed over 400,000 autographs from collectors and dealers worldwide. In our opinion, these are The Most Dangerous Entertainment Autographs in 2013.
Since 1998, PSA/DNA has evaluated approximately three and a half million autographs. Last year alone, PSA/DNA’s team of experts reviewed 400,000 autographs from collectors and dealers worldwide. Unfortunately, as a result of the…