Comparing Collectibles: A Look at 1960 Topps, O-Pee-Chee, and Venezuelan Tattoos

In 1960, Topps introduced a unique non-card baseball collectible by wrapping tattoos around bubble gum. Their Canadian partner, O-Pee-Chee, also released these tattoos. However, it wasn’t until around 2013 that the larger collecting community discovered that Topps also released a version of these tattoos in Venezuela. This article will give a brief history of Topps’ … Read more

1964 Topps Baseball Cards and The Greatest Game Ever Pitched

If you’re looking to add a little more unique meaning to your post-war card collection, consider collecting cards related to historically significant events in the history of the game. In a 4 hour and 10-minute game on July 2, 1963, Juan Marichal threw a 16-inning shutout to beat Warren Spahn (who threw 15 1/3 scoreless … Read more