Will Topps ever make basketball cards again?

When did Topps stop making basketball cards?

Topps first sold cards for basketball in 1957, but stopped after one season. It started again in 1969 and continued until 1982, then abandoned the market for another decade, missing out on printing the prized rookie cards of Michael Jordan and other mid- and late-80s National Basketball Association stars.

What is happening with Topps?

The memorabilia company Fanatics will reportedly hold an exclusive contract with MLB and the MLB Players’ Association to produce baseball cards after Topps’ deal expires in 2022. Topps has been producing baseball cards continuously since 1951.

Does Topps own donruss?

Donruss was a US-based trading cards manufacturing company founded in 1954 and acquired by the Panini Group in 2009. The company started in the 1950s, producing confectionery, evolved into Donruss and started producing trading cards.


Type Private
Parent Pinnacle Brands (1996–98)

How much is an Isaiah Thomas rookie card worth?

Isiah Thomas #109 1986 Fleer

Sale Date ▲ ▼ Title ▲ ▼ ▲ ▼ Price
2021-08-20 1986-87 Fleer #109 Isiah Thomas RC Rookie BGS 8 NM-MT $67.00
2021-08-17 BGS 8.5 – 1986-87 Fleer #109 Isiah Thomas Detroit Pistons $109.70
2021-08-16 1986 Fleer Basketball #109 Isiah Thomas Rookie Card PSA 8 NM-Mint Centered #109 $229.99
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Is Topps going away?

Major League Baseball will abandon Topps as its partner for trading cards, ending a relationship that’s been in place since 1952.

Is Topps finished?

Major League Baseball is ending its relationship with Topps, its trading card partner since 1952. Major League Baseball is ending a 70-year relationship with trading card company Topps after signing a new partnership with a rival company.

How much is Michael Jordan cards worth?


Title Set PSA 10
Michael Jordan #57 [RC] 1986 Fleer (Basketball) $396,251.25
Michael Jordan #65 1990 Hoops (Basketball) $375.83
Michael Jordan #41 1990 Skybox (Basketball) $275.00
Michael Jordan #26 1990 Fleer (Basketball) $305.00

How many Jordan rookie cards are there?

There are currently 318 Jordan rookie cards graded 10 on PSA’s Population Report. That wasn’t the highest price in the $7 million auction, though. A 2003 Upper Deck Exquisite Collection LeBron James Rookie Patch Autograph (#35/99) graded SGC 9.5 sold for $900,000.