Now there are premium stock cards, patch autographs and others to consider, which begs the question: Which size toploader fits best for your sports cards to protect them sufficiently?
All you need to know about “the hobby” and the fascinating world of collecting sports cards.
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With the resurgence of the sports card hobby with some big time sales already recorded, more collectors are looking for sports card auctions to bid on. And there are plenty of choices to do so.
One of the major complaints about the hobby might be the Topps redemption card process (or Panini redemption card process for that matter). So is there anything that can be done to make it better?
The short answer to the question, “What does POP mean in sports cards?” is that “POP” is short for “population,” which refers to the number of cards that have received a particular grade from a grading service.
If you’re new to the hobby or returning since the junk wax era like many of us, there might be some terminology you’re hearing for the first time and you find yourself asking questions like, “What does RPA mean in sports cards?”
If you’re new to the hobby, you might be asking, “Where is the best place to buy sports cards?”
So after waiting almost 1.5 years for my Luis Robert base Topps Chrome rookie baseball card to come back from PSA (submitted in Dec. 2020), I finally got it back.
With more collectors coming into the game, we thought we’d see which sports cards are on everyone’s Christmas wish list. What is your ultimate top 5?
With many collectors returning to the hobby they first left as a child, so is the hope of making a profit in flipping sports cards.
Many collectors attribute the success to color parallel sports cards today to the Precious Metal Gems parallel set with its vibrant colors.