Tuesday, September 11th, 2007
Topps has launched the 2007 eTopps Football product line. On Monday, they made available 5 cards for this year’s set. The highlight from these first five is rookie Adrian Peterson who had over 100 yards rushing in his debut and a 60 yard receiving touchdown.
The cards released on Monday are as follows:
|Adrian Peterson (R)
|Brandon Jackson (RRO)
These cards will be on sale from Monday 9/10/07 until Thursday 9/13/07 1:00 PM ET
Tags:Adrian-Peterson, eTopps, Football
Wednesday, August 8th, 2007
Topps has released a series of cards that depicts players in Topps sets that were never issued in that particular year.
Some of these include:
- 1952 Topps Joe Dimaggio
- 1954 Topps Stan Musial
- 1952 Topps Whitey Ford
- 1967 Topps Nolan Ryan
- 1982 Topps Ryne Sandberg
The cards are available exclusively through etopps.com.
Tags:Baseball, eTopps, Topps
Monday, November 20th, 2006
Starting today (November 20th), Topps is offering an 18-card Mickey Mantle set. It will feature all of Mantle’s base cards from 1952 through 1955.
Each card in the set is individually encased and packaged in a specially designed box. They are sequentially numbered to 999. Each set will come with a letter of appreciation signed by both of Mickey Mantle’s sons. The complete set sells for $198 and each card will be individually placed in they buyer’s eTopps portfolio. The cards can then be traded individually.
Tags:Baseball, eTopps, Mickey-Mantle
Wednesday, September 20th, 2006
How does a card go up 1000% in 10 minutes?
eTopps introducted RRO (Restricted Rookie Offering) cards during the baseball season. These cards are made available at any given time for a period of anywhere from 10 minutes to 10 hours. Once that time is up the only way to get your hands on one of them is on the secondary market.
The first football cards introducted by eTopps was an A.J. Hawk card. It was only available on September 14th from 5:35 PM to 5:45 PM. After this time elapsed the card was trading for $200 on the eTopps site. There were a total of 183 cards issued. Buyers are limited to 5 RRO’s and eTopps will never issue this rookie again as an individual eTopps card.
The highest completed auction ended at $201.54 on September 15th. As of September 20th, the card was trading at around $155.
Tags:A.J.-Hawk, eTopps, Football, RRO, Topps