Why Are There So Many Vintage Checklist Variations?

I’ve written about baseball card errors quite a few times on this site. More modern cards like the 1989 Fleer Bill Ripken FF Error and the 1990 Topps Frank Thomas NNOF have gained incredible popularity recently. And there are countless vintage printing mistakes across all sports commanding huge prices in the hobby. But a quote … Read more

1967 Topps Baseball Errors and Variations Galore

The 1967 Topps baseball set is one of the most popular post-war sets. The 609 card set has ultra-scarce high-numbers due to short printing, a unique Roger Maris card, a plethora of superstars (Mickey Mantle, Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente), and is anchored by the Rod Carew and Tom Seaver rookie cards (both high numbers). But, … Read more

The 1990 Topps #414 Frank Thomas NNOF No Name on Front Card

Few junk-era cards command more attention than the 1990 Topps #414 Frank Thomas No Name on Front misprint. I even wrote about it previously on this blog. Collectors, to this day, are still trying to pull one out of packs and are eager to bid up any card that comes to market. I’ve always wanted … Read more

6 Expensive Baseball Card Printing Errors – Vintage Edition

Manufacturers make mistakes; it happens. But in the sports card hobby, when those mistakes get corrected, but both variants end up in collector’s hands, there’s increased demand and high prices for those error cards. Error cards give collectors something else to chase. When those errors are on superstar player’s cards, values can be astronomically high … Read more