Trading Card Manufacturers


From their humble beginnings in New York during the early 20th century, Topps has blossomed into a multi-million dollar corporate powerhouse.

Upper Deck

When Upper Deck debuted on the baseball card scene back in 1989 they caused a frenzy in the hobby the likes of which had never been seen before.


Panini is a new name on the hobby scene for North American based collectors, having just come into existence just a few short years ago. However, the Panini story really starts with that of long time industry staple Donruss.

In The Game

Even a small company can have a big impact on the hobby of sports cards. In The Game has been proving that for more than a decade, blending creativity and innovation with a strong sense of history to make products that continue to excite hockey collectors.

Press Pass

Press Pass is no longer producing a site but you can still find their cards around.


TRISTAR's sports card division produces Minor League Baseball and Wrestling Cards, sports memorabilia.


The Leaf brand was resurrected by Razor owner Brian Gray in 2010 and brings a style of product very similar to that of the now defunct baseball manufacturer.


SAGE is involved exclusively in the football card industry, specializing in the pre-season rookie niche. No site but we can get what you are looking for Email Us