Card of the Day: Josh Gibson 2005 Topps Turkey Red #306

Card of the Day: Bob Gibson 1961 Topps #211

Eagles ’09 Bowman Sterling Auto Contest! – NOW CLOSED

This contest is for a Brandon Gibson 2009 Bowman Sterling Auto #’ed/399.  Good luck!!!

Contest Details:

  • This contest will end Friday, June 21, 2019 @ 8:00 p.m. EST.
  • To enter, please leave a comment in this post.
  • You can enter once per day.
  • The winner will be selected at random.
  • Please provide a valid e-mail address when entering.
  • The winner will receive an e-mail when the contest is over.
  • The winner has one week to send me their contact information or the contest will be held again.
  • Once the contest is over, I will need the winner’s mailing address so I can ship them this card for FREE!!!

Card of the Day: Josh Gibson 2006 Topps Allen & Ginter Hawaii Trade Conference Mini #6

Card of the Day: Kirk Gibson 1988 Topps Traded #40T

Card of the Day: Paul Gibson 1989 Score #595

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Card of the Day: Bob Gibson 2000 Fleer Greats of the Game Auto

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Card of the Day: Kirk Gibson 1990 Topps #150


Card of the Day: Bob Gibson 1970 Topps #530


Josh Gibson Cut Signature Highlights Leaf’s 2012 Sports Icons


Last year it was “Shoeless Joe” Jackson.  This year it will be Josh Gibson.  Leaf Trading Cards is bringing back their Four Leaf Clover redemption cards within 2012 Leaf Cut Signature Edition Sports Icons.  Anyone who pulls a Josh Gibson Four Leaf Clover redemption card has the chance to win this beautiful cut signature pictured above.  Gibson’s one an only other cut signature ever inserted into a product was almost a decade ago in 2003 Upper Deck SP Legendary Cuts.  He is considered one of the best catchers and hitters baseball has ever seen.  Gibson played in the Negro Leagues and never made it to Major League Baseball.  Three months after he passed away, Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier.  His signatures are very rare and demand insane prices when they become available.

You can look for 2012 Leaf Cut Signature Edition Sports Icons near the end of July.  Each box comes with a slabbed cut signature.


The estimates Leaf puts on the high-end “hits” like the Gibson and Jackson cut signatures are no where near what they will sell for.  The Jackson cut sold for $26,290.00 and the estimate was around $90,000.00.  The Gibson cut is estimated at $40,000.00 to $50,000.00, and I just don’t see this card going for that kind of money, especially if the Jackson cut didn’t even break $25,000.00.  Both signatures are ultra rare, but Jackson’s autograph is much more difficult to find considering he barely knew how to read or write.  Gibson on the other hand was a smart guy and if he hadn’t played baseball probably would have been and electrician.  Neither autograph is easy to find, but I believe Jackson’s to be worth more.