|ESPN The Magazine covers Topps - The Last Baseball Card Company Standing and mentions the Golden Age of Baseball Cards in its April 15th issue.||The Golden Age of Baseball Cards is referenced in T. S. O'Connell's new Book, Classic Sports Card Sets: Best Sport Cards Sets From the 1950s and 1960s||Based in New York from the outset, CEO Ryan O'Hara revealed in May to CNBC that Topps has extended the lease of its lower Manhattan offices for ten more years. The company does have manufacturing facilities in both Pennsylvania and Texas. Outsourcing to other nations isn't in the cards. ...more|
The Vintage Baseball Card Blog
Visit the Vintage Baseball Card Blog to read about the cards of the past and their impact on our society and even the game itself. How do those times compare with today? Can we learn from the past?
With players like Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Duke Snider, and Ernie Banks playing every day and found in packs of baseball cards, you would think this time had to be the Golden Age of Baseball. Maybe not. But, was it truly the Golden Age of Baseball Cards? We think so. ─ Bill Szczepanek, Creator and Producer. Follow @billszcz Member of SABR, The Society of American Baseball Research.
Topps Baseball Card Chronology
The Baseball Card Hall of Fame
Visit the new Baseball Card Hall of Fame to see those cards from the Golden Age that represent some of the greatest cards of all time. The Hall of Fame has been updated and is based on your search queries.
The Great Checklist Project
The Baseball Card Gallery of Art
The new Baseball Card Gallery of Art provides a look at cards from the altruistic point of view. Additions to the section will be made over time.
The Greatest Baseball Card Ever
How can anyone classify a baseball card as the “Greatest Baseball Card Ever”? I don’t know, but I’d like to try. Who is the greatest player? Babe Ruth? Mickey Mantle? Ted Williams? Hank Aaron? Barry Bonds? Many others come to mind. However, in trying to determine the “Greatest Baseball Card Ever” we will examine more than the particular player’s ability, the scarcity of the card or its worth today.
National Baseball Card Day
Major League Baseball Properties and the Major League Baseball Players Association, in conjunction with licensees Topps and Upper Deck, have dedicated March 29 as National Baseball Card Day.
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What's New in Old Cardboard?
President Obama's Sputnik Moment appeared first in The Golden Age of Baseball Cards, February 4, 2009.
Baseball Card Showcase
What really was Willie Mays' greatest catch? The Baseball Card Showcase is a section where from time time to we will display cards that epitomize the good, the bad and the not so pretty from the Golden Age. We will look at cards for their aesthetic value and give little known details about the players.
The Baseball Card Quiz
The Baseball Card Quiz asks questions about baseball and baseball cards from the Golden Age. Think you know your stuff?
The Value of Baseball Cards
Forbes.com has listed The Top Ten Baseball Cards of all time. These cards were naturally led by the Honus Wagner card of 1909 valued at $250,000 to $400,000. The other nine cards were listed in order of decreasing monetary value. The look of the cards in the top ten was nothing to rave about. That's not to say the these cards are not worth what is stated, but only that popularity, scarcity and condition are not the primary values under consideration on this website.
Baseball Card Shows
Do you want to know if there is a baseball card show near you? Here is a site that can help.