The Box – 2019 Prestige Blaster

Bought From – Meijer

Packs Per Box – 8 Packs

Cards Per Pack – 8 Cards per pack

Price – $21.99

Notable Base – Tom Brady, Nick Chubb, Drew Brees, Gronk, Ben Roethlisberger, Andrew Luck, Eric Ebron, Aaron Rodgers, Eli Manning, Adam Vinatieri

Rookie Cards – (8)

Montez Sweat, Byron Murphy, Greedy Williams, DK Metcalf, Tyree Jackson, Clelin Ferrell, Penny Hart, Lil’Jordan Humphrey

Inserts – (8)

Banner Season (1) – Chris Doleman

Blue Xtra Point (2) – Phillip Lindsay, Justin Houston

Prestigious Pros (1) – Todd Gurley II

Highlight Reel (1) – Melvin Gordon III

Power House (1) – Saquon Barkley

Old School (1) – Dan Hampton

Rising Stars (1) – JuJu Smith

Auto/Game Used – (1)

Patrick Mahomes II Gridiron Heritage

A man accused of stealing a Mickey Mantle rookie card from Neuhart Cards and Sports Collectibles, in Ohio was arrested in Indianapolis while trying to sell it, police say. Last week around 1am, the thief smashed through the front window, broke several cases and stole the Mantle card, which is worth about $11,000 while leaving many other cards untouched.

A few days later, the card and “The Genius Thief” made the 3 hour drive about 190 miles West and tried to sell the card to various card shops in Indianapolis including a stop at Indy Card Exchange before ending up at The Dugout on the West side of Indianapolis.

IMPD was able to recover the stolen card and arrest Giancarlo Venditti of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, when he tried to sell the card at the shop.

Gems of the Game Box Break

Posted: April 21, 2019 in Box Break

The Box – Gems of the Game

Bought From – Meijer

Whats in the Box –

1 BCCG 10 – Cole Hamels 2008 UD World Series card

1 2017 Topps Series 2 Pack

3 2018 Topps Series 1 Packs

1 2013 Pinnacle Hobby Pack

1 2008 Upper Deck X Baseball Pack

2 2013 Triple Play Packs

Price – $21.99 (Cheaper with the 50% Deal)

Notable Base – Ripken, Jackie Bradley (RC)

Brothers in cards recently got to sit down with Purdue Quarterback David Blough and rip some packs. A younger Blough was a collector himself, in the video he talks about that, the Manning family and much more.

 

 

For more information on Brothers in Cards click here

2019 National

Posted: March 8, 2019 in 2019 National, NSCC, The National

The 2019 National will be here before you know it. Tickets for the 40th National held in Chicago (July 31st – August 4th) went on sale just this week and hotel accommodations has been open for a few weeks now. Below is links to both those items.

Tickets

Hotel Info

Autograph Info (Coming Soon)

The National has also announced a special T-shirt, celebrating the 40th year with a commemorative “Skyline series” shirts, with a nod to our host city of Chicago. Shirts are $24.99 and can be bought by clicking here.

 

 

The Andy & Bruno show is back for a second season. The sports collectable show brought to you live on tape from Indy Card Exchange is hosted by Indy Card Exchange owner Andy Albert and Conrad “Bruno” Brunner. The show streams on the ISC Sports Network and can be found by clicking here.

The guys talk about collecting, grading, and also breaks some boxes each show.

Ray Craft

The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame Museum has unveiled a series of limited edition bobbleheads commemorating the Milan High School’s 1954 Boys Basketball State Championship. All 12 players from that 1954 team are included, the roster includes bobbles of Ray Craft, Bill Jordan, Gene White, Bobby Plump, Bob Wichman, Ron Truitt, Glen Butts, Bob Engel, Rollin Cutter, Roger Schroder, Kenny Wendelman, and Kenny Delap. These bobbleheads are individually numbered to just 500 and can be purchased at the Hall of Fame Museum Store or at the Milan 54 Hoosiers Museum  for $25 each or $250 for the full set.

 

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The Milan Miracle is coming up on its 65th anniversary and was featured in the movie Hoosiers starring Gene Hackman. Co-Founder and CEO of The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum, Phil Sklar sums it up best, “These bobbleheads are the perfect way for fans to commemorate Milan High school State Championship, one of the greatest sports stories in Indiana and sports history.”

Display at Bobblehead HOF

Bobby Plump