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49ants

Member Since:   9/30/2014
Collects:  

Stopped building sets in 09 and now have stopped chasing SFGiants/49ers in 2019. But still have lots of wants.

     

AirPete

Member Since:   1/23/2017
From:   Wisconsin, United States
     
Collects:  

 

Ultimate unrealistic collecting goal:

  • A copy of every Chris Webber card

Primary collecting goals:

  • Michigan Wolverines (Basketball)  Extra emphasis on Fab Five, Glen Rice, and Trey Burke
  • Michigan Wolverines (Football)  Extra emphasis on Charles Woodson, Tyrone Wheatley, and Denard Robinson
  • Giannis Antetokounmpo
  • 1990s Finest, Metal, Stadium Club, and Topps Chrome basketball sets and inserts
  • Bama football players (2005-Present)

Secondary collecting goals:

  • Ed Belfour
  • Garbage Pail Kids (old and new base sets)
    • All "Pete" / "Peter" GPK cards (base, parallels, inserts)
  • Basketball PC
    • Bam Adebayo
    • Malcolm Brogdon
    • Nikola Jokic
    • Khris Middleton
    • Jayson Tatum
    • Russell Westbrook
  • 2010s Blackhawks
  • All other 1990s basketball sets and inserts

Tertiary collecting goals:

  • Sportflics baseball
  • All-NBA players of the 2000s
  • Baseball PC
    • Christian Yelich (Brewers only; no Marlins)
    • Dave Stewart
    • Bo Jackson
  • Michigan Wolverines (Hockey)
  • Wrestling – The Outsiders (Hall & Nash)
  • 2019 cards for 2019 MLB stars; building a little collection for my son who was born in 2019.

 

     

andersonadams1

Member Since:   3/25/2020
From:   Georgia, United States
     
Collects:  

This site has been amazing in helping me rekindle my love for trading cards. I prefer baseball but do have some moderate interest in basketball and football.  I love to trade! If I send an offer and it's not quite right feel free to counter.

I am mostly focused on building sets right now.  I'm currently working on:

2001 Topps: 100% - finally complete! Thank you to everyone on here who helped make this possible.
2020 Topps Chrome: 99% - missing the LouBob RC
1982 Donruss: 95% - missing Nolan Ryan DK and Ripken RC
1983 Topps: 96%
1989 Upper Deck : 96% - still missing that Griffey RC
1995 Leaf: 74%
1996 Leaf: 83% - still need the Jeter RC

If you come across a Carlos Baerga I might be interested in it. Trying to get one of everything. 

I ship most things PWE though bigger trades will go in a BMWT. 

     

BarnabyCrosby

Member Since:   12/25/2019
From:   Pittsburgh, PA, United States
     
Collects:  

I have baseball, football, basketball, hockey, racing, and marvel to trade---happy to trade across sports (and trying to acquire more hockey)

My wants: 

  • Hockey: Pittsburgh Penguins (all eras), certified autographs, relics, Pinnacle Masks, enforcers, minor league hockey (all eras)
  • Baseball: relics of players from the 1990s and earlier, some 1990s inserts and parallels
  • In addition to my usual wants, I'd love to finish my 1992 SkyBox Marvel Masterpieces set
  • I've also really liked what I've seen of Kirill Kaprizov (Wild), Peyton Krebs (Golden Knights), and Connor McMichael (Capitals), so if you have anything of these guys, I'm interested
  • I've sold a few batches of cards lately, which I'm happy to do. There are very few cards on my "For Trade/Sale" list that I wouldn't let go for $1.00 US plus postage especially if you buy a group of 10-20 cards.

Any size trade is fine; PWE works for me; if you see something you can't live without let me know

     

bbcards56

Member Since:   3/11/2020

BigOinPa

Member Since:   5/30/2017
From:   Pittsburgh, Pa, United States
     
Collects:  

*********** FYI....HEADING TO THE NATIONAL IN CHICAGO. I WILL LOOK AT MY TRANSACTIONS WHEN I GET BACK NEXT SUNDAY AUGUST 1. MAYBE I WILL SEE YOU THERE...******************

Baseball and Hockey. Trying to complete sets in Hockey and Baseball from my childhood...Also collecting modern day sets..Basically a SET builder..... No trade, too small or too big.....

As always, you can counter any trade I propose....I just want a fair trade for both parties...

Also collect Philadelphia Flyers cards and Pittsburgh Pirates cards. 

Right now, I am ONLY trading within the USA and Canada....

Happy 2021 and Happy Trading.....TOM.....

 

     

Bob4956

Member Since:   9/9/2019
From:   Toronto, Ontario, Canada
     
Collects:  

***** I have, and still continue to, update pricing for cards as per the listed cards from Beckett Hockey and Baseball mags from November 2019 ******

 

Mostly looking for early '80's to mid-'90's.  Wanting to complete sets from my childhood.

Completed Sets

Hockey - 1989-90: OPC

               1990-91: Bowman, Bowman Hat Tricks, OPC, OPC Central Red Army, ProSet, Score American, Topps.

               1991-92: OPC, OPC Sharks & Russians, OPC Premier, ProSet, ProSet Platinum, Score Young Superstars, Stadium Club, Ultimate Original 6, Upper Deck.

               1992-93: OPC 25th Anniversary

               1994-95: Stadium Club Checklists, Stadium Club Members Only

               1995-96: Parkhurst '66-'67

               1996-97: Pinnacle McDonald's 3D Ice Breakers

              2020-21: Upper Deck Tim Hortons

Baseball - 1983: OPC

                  1987: Topps Traded

                  1988: Fleer, Score, Score Trivia Magic Motion, Topps

                  1989: Bowman, Donruss, Donruss Bonus MVP's, Donruss Warren Spahn Puzzle, Fleer, Fleer Team Stickers (Single and Quad), Score, Score A Year To Remember Magic Motion, Topps, Topps K-Mart Dream Team

                 1990: Bowman, Donruss, Donruss Bonus MVP's, Donruss Carl Yastrzemski Puzzle, Fleer, Leaf Yogi Berra Puzzle, Score, Score Rookie Dream Team, Score MVP's Magic Motion, Topps, Toronto Blue Jays Fire Safety, Upper Deck

                 1991: Donruss, Donruss Bonus Cards, Donruss The Rookies, Leaf, Leaf Harmon Killebrew Puzzle, OPC Premier, Pacific Nolan Ryan Texas Express I, Score, Score Rookies, Upper Deck

                 1992: Donruss, Donruss Bonus Cards, OPC Premier, Ultra, Upper Deck

                 1993: OPC Premier, OPC Premier Star Performers

                 1994: OPC, OPC All Stars, Pinnacle Power Surge, Stadium Club Members Only, Topps, Topps Pre-Production

                2003: Upper Deck MVP

                2012: Topps Retail Refractors

     

     

distirbed1

Member Since:   1/2/2018
From:   Roswell, Georgia, United States
     

Doomprince

Member Since:   6/9/2017
From:   Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada
     
Collects:  

Restarted collecting hockey cards in 2017ish to build a collection for my son. Looking to buy/sell and trade for cards I want/need! Thanks in advance.

Currently, I am slowly starting to update my Sell/Trade lists. If you see cards in my Personal Collection that you need, however; DO NOT hesitate to ask me about them as I may have multiple copies that just haven't been uploaded yet. It never hurts to ask. We may be able to help each other out. 

Other than the sets I am trying to finish, I also PC the San Jose Sharks and Manon Rheaume. Any help would be appreciated.

If we have done deals, smoothly or not, could you please leave feedback? Thanks

     

DukeyDevil

Member Since:   1/18/2018
From:   North Andover, MA, United States
     
Collects:  

I’ve been collecting cards for over 45 years and have over 323,000 unique cards in my main collection, including some nice vintage stuff.  I collect older cards of the four major sports but lately I've been expanding to some more recent sets.  I'm primarily a Set Builder and I’m looking for other like-minded set builders to trade with.   I’ve accumulated tons of extra cards that I would like to trade away with over 200,000 cards in my current For Trade list.  Big trades don't bother me. I have a huge Want List, so hopefully you have something I need.  Feel free to make me an offer. 

Note on Donruss * Variations and Upper Deck Holo Variations:
At the moment I can't guaranty the junk wax era Donruss/Leaf cards and the UD holo variations are listed with the correct variation (I honestly hate variations myself).  If the specific variation is important to you, please say so in the trade offer.  I'll do my best find the correct one, if possible.

Note on Vintage Cards:
I have over 7,500 vintage cards listed for trade (I consider vintage to be 1977 or earlier).  For each card I've noted a condition grade and if you check closer, a note on each regarding any condition issues (be sure to select the correct one if multiple cards are shown).  Please note that I'm by no means a professional grader and if you're hyper-sensitive on card condition, please message me first and I'd be happy talk about it.  In exchange for these cards I have three priorities:

  • 1) similar vintage cards that I need (any sport)
  • 2) inserts for my 90s sets that I need (any sport)
  • 3) or non-junk era base cards that i need as a last resort (any sport)

Note on Card ConditionA card noted as Pr, Fr, Gd, or GdVg will have some obvious condition issues such as creasing, corner wear, or marks.  I would consider them place holders in a collection at best (I've listed them because some people do want place holders).  A VG card will usually be a clean card with some corner wear or a centering issue.  For me, VG would be the bare minimum for my personal collection.  EX will be nice sharp card and VgEx will be something just between VG and Ex, still a nice card with a small issue that prevents it from being EX.  NM in vintage is a tough find.

     
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elninopadre

Member Since:   1/13/2017
From:   United States
     
Collects:  

Sorry,  Not looking for dog eared or creased cards... Please DO NOT waste my time.. Thanks! 

Dodgers, Yankees, Steve Garvey, Lou Gehrig...

Please NOTE:  Will only trade my 1957 Topps for 1957 Topps on wantlist.  Pretty negotiable on the rest.

 Also Topps All-Time Fan Favorites Refractors for Topps All-Time Fan Favorites Refractors on wantlist.

     

Greener1

Member Since:   12/23/2019
From:   Maple Grove, MN, United States
     
Collects:  

Due to the pandemic,I am currently just shipping via PWE transactions of 3 ounces or less to limit my exposure/costs. Multiple PWE transactions will be accomodated,if applicable.

     
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jdms95

Member Since:   11/22/2019
From:   United States
     
Collects:  

Have been collecting primarily baseball since 1976 with some gaps in the '00s/'10s while raising a family.

Currently working on completing the following sets:  1978 Topps, 1981 Donruss, 1992 Leaf, 1992 Ultra, and 2020 Topps. 

I've started to accumulate as many Tigers as possible, even duplicates.  If you should have Tigers that you want to purge, please let me know and maybe we can work something out.  I'm more interested in flagship cards; the others become tiresome.

LOVE this site and glad I found it; reignited my love for the hobby.

     

jrad1973

Member Since:   10/19/2020
From:   Texas, United States
     
Collects:  

I started collecting in 1990 and I primarily collect my favorite Astros players (past and present). Past players like Jeff Bagwell, Lance Berkman, Craig Biggio, Ken Caminiti, Roger Clemens, Luis Gonzalez, Roy Oswalt, Phil Plantier, Ivan Rodriguez, Nolan Ryan, and Billy Wagner. I also collect past players like Ken Griffey Jr, Tony Gwynn, Rickey Henderson, Bo Jackson, Mark McGwire, and Cal Ripken Jr.

Since I've gotten back into collecting, I've started adding current Astros players to my collection. Players like, Jose Altuve, Yordan Alvarez, Michael Brantley, Alex Bregmen, Carlos Correa, Zack Greinke, Yuli Gurriel, and Justin Verlander. And active players like Marwin Gonzalez, Dallas Keuchel, and George Springer.

I'm not a set builder unless they are smaller sets, like the Upper Deck - Baseball Heroes, Mother's Cookies, etc. My priorities right now are:

  1. Nolan Ryan
  2. Jeff Bagwell
  3. Craig Biggio
  4. Earl Campbell
  5. Hakeem Olajuwon

I love to trade and want to help others who enjoy collecting as much as I do, build/complete their collections, while collecting every different card of my favorite players.

     
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Kleskomaniac

Member Since:   1/10/2021
From:   Hillsboro, OR, United States
     
Collects:  

Now the #1 collector of Ryan Klesko cards on TCDB!  With more to come!

PC: Ryan Klesko, Dale Murphy, Dave Winfield, Dominique Wilkins, Michael Conforto, Adley Rutschman, Nick Madrigal, Trevor Larnach, rookie/early Bo Jackson, rookie/early Eric Lindros, rookie/early Junior Seau. Would also consider any other Oregon State Univ alum (AC Green, TJ Houshmandzadeh, Jacoby Ellsbury, Steven Jackson, Gary Payton, Gary Payton II, Nick Barnett, Matt Moore, Drew Rasmussen, Ochocinco, Sean Mannion, Johnny Hekker, Darwin Barney, etc...especially cards of them in OSU or Team USA gear, or autographs).

I do NOT collect/keep any other cards of any other players/teams.  If the card isn't a unique card to me of one of my guys above, it's not something I will keep.  I don't want duplicates either.  I'll trade it or sell it if it's something I think I can move; otherwise, no thanks.  But I DO want any card of any of my PC guys if I don't already have it.  My trade/sell and want/wish lists are updated, so if it's not on those lists, it's highly unlikely that I'm interested in it either way, or I already own it.

Fan of: all OSU sports, Braves, Red Sox, Blazers, Chargers, Flyers, Timbers

Goal for VINTAGE ONLY CARDS (condition NOT very important...just no rips/tears, no writing on the front...some creases ok): Hank Aaron (preferably in a Milwaukie uniform, but not required), Mickey Mantle pre-1965 (earlier the better), Babe Ruth any year, Joe DiMaggio any year, Sandy Koufax any year, Ted Williams pre-1955, Jackie Robinson any year and Stan Musial pre-1958.  Prefer to stay under $40, but for the right card might go a little more.  Again, condition I know won't be great at these prices.  But I have a Roberto Clemente, Bob Gibson, Ernie Banks and a Willie Mays at these levels, and 12 of Ted Williams, that I'm very happy with.

VERY willing to trade/negotiate.  I live to trade...send me all trade requests!  Would prefer trades to purchases, although I know my PC is pretty limited in the grand scheme of things.  Just getting back to the hobby after approx 30 years out of it, and about 17 years after selling off 99% of it to pay for our wedding.  I forgot how much I loved it!

     
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melamathman

Member Since:   3/28/2020
From:   Baden, Ontario, Canada
     

moondog7809

Member Since:   1/10/2017
From:   Frederick, Maryland, United States
     
Collects:  

I only collect baseball. Pretty much any set. Currently collecting 1948-1990. In the process of entering close to 200,000 cards going up to roughly 2020.

Don't see anything you need? Check back. My list grows daily and so does my collection. I just recently acquired an additional 130,000 cards that I have yet to go thru before I can enter them.  Gonna be busy for quite some time.

Currently working on entering 1990 Upper Deck.

I will eventually be adding football, basketball, hockey, Nascar, golf, and some misc. I will only be trading these for baseball.

As far as Donruss variants go, I collect:

     89 Donruss - All 4 variants

     89 Donruss Bonus MVP's - All 4 variants

     90 Donruss - Both pack variants...not the factory version

     90 Donruss Bonus MVP's - All variants

 

I trade only...no buying or selling.

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Motorcat

Member Since:   11/23/2019
From:   Raleigh, NC
     
Collects:  

The Atlanta Braves Project - Every Atlanta Braves team set from Topps (Base) 1966 to present day. 1966 thru 1974 remains.

 

1978-1980 Topps

2005-2006 Topps

2008-2009 Topps

2011-2014 Topps

1987 Fleer

1993 -1994 Leaf

 

Player Specific - Dansby Swanson, Ty Cobb

 

*** Anything Godzilla ***

 

3 Complete sets for sale/trade ....

90 Score Baseball

90 Fleer Baseball

92 Score Baseball

 

Currently mailing Monday thru Friday .... next day almost always 

 

--- Trade offers will be deleted after 3 days if unresponded too. 

 

 

 

     
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NR78

Member Since:   3/18/2018
From:   Port St. Lucie, FL, United States
     
Collects:  

Happy to do trades for similar value or to sell if the situation is right! Prefer PWEs but will head to the post office for bigger trades/higher value trades if necessary. Open to sending large quantities for a single if the situation is right. Even if you don't have any matches with my want list, please still feel free to send an offer my way! I'm happy to browse through others collections to make a trade work.

     

Orry04

Member Since:   6/7/2019
From:   Texas, United States
     
Collects:  

Always looking for a good trade. Let me know if I have anything on your Want list. 

     

otisthelab

Member Since:   4/9/2011
From:   Hendersonville, Tn, United States
     
Collects:  

I enjoy collecting football and baseball sets all major manufactures Topps, Fleer, Leaf, Upper Deck, Score (that all I can think of right now) 1970's to present, 

I have also started a collection of my favorite NHL team the Nashville Predators.

Set building is my major goal condition is secondary. I do not mind a small crease or a rounded corner if a card is needed to complete a set. 

I do not grade cards but I will let you know if a card has an obvious flaw before I accept the trade. 

I do not mind PWE trades. I always ship in bubble mailers and with tracking if the budget permits. That is my personal preference I do not require or ask it to be yours.

     
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otisthelab

Member Since:   4/9/2011
From:   Hendersonville, Tn, United States
     
Collects:  

I enjoy collecting football and baseball sets all major manufactures Topps, Fleer, Leaf, Upper Deck, Score (that all I can think of right now) 1970's to present, 

I have also started a collection of my favorite NHL team the Nashville Predators.

Set building is my major goal condition is secondary. I do not mind a small crease or a rounded corner if a card is needed to complete a set. 

I do not grade cards but I will let you know if a card has an obvious flaw before I accept the trade. 

I do not mind PWE trades. I always ship in bubble mailers and with tracking if the budget permits. That is my personal preference I do not require or ask it to be yours.

     
Quote:   Temporarily away I hope to be back shortly

PapaG321

Member Since:   3/3/2018
From:   Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada
     
Collects:  

Baseball, Hockey, Football, Basketball, Cal Ripken Jr. & Odd Stuff...

     
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Puma1125

Member Since:   6/29/2016
From:   Carmichael, CA, United States
     
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RefsInTheBack

Member Since:   8/11/2018
From:   United States
     
Collects:  

Update 6/30/21: It is busy season for me and it is taking me longer to make trades happen. I will keep plugging away.

Basketball cards with referee in the background. I am trying to 1) collect two of every basketball card with a referee in the background and 2) identify each referee. Card collection and history project!

I would love to connect for a low budget PWE trade (primarily in the US, occasionally in Canada, but the further away the less likely it will work).

*Warning* I am a slow processor and transactions take me a long time sometimes, mostly because I do most of my card "work" over the weekend.

Thank you, thank you,

- Randy

PS I don't have a scale, so I often guess on postage and sometimes I am wrong. Don't pay for me! Or do pay and let me know. Either way I will make it right.

     

rossmorrell66

Member Since:   7/12/2020
From:   Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
     
Collects:  

I pretty much collect Hockey, and Basketball and non sport. I do have a large collection of over 250 000 cards that i am trying to get into the system here but as you are aware it takes a while to get them in. If you dont see anything in my collection just ask as i might have. I am looking to complete sets. I love trading as it keeps thewife off my ass about spending money on this but if i don't have a trade that you need but have cards i want please send me a price and i would be willing to look at it.

My Parkhurst, Tim Hortons, McDonalsds, Fleer (skybox, Flair) Pro Set, Donruss, Panini, OPC, Pinnacle, Topps Ultimate, in the game, Pacific,Leaf, Bowman and Classic are complete, I still have upper deck, and score to do along with some smaller brands. iI am not looking to trade with whats not done yet as I dont know what i have yet. I will keep updating as i add more and get them organized. I am really working on Hockey right now, and looking to trade hockey for hockey. I also have a love for Star trek and would look at any deal on those cards. Once my hockey is done then i am going to add my 100 000 baseball and then my basketball. Please don't send me Deals on baseball, or basket ball as of yet until i get my collections in, i have many boxes to add, the ones in this system were what i had in binders.

Also my vinatage cards have been with me for years, if you very concerned over the condition of them please ask for my email and provide me with yours so i can send pics, my cards are in great shape for being with me over the years, no tears or folds but i would be happy to show you condidtion if your that serouis collector who wants mint. 

thanking for looking and i hope we can make a trade.

I am a person with a fast turn around, in most cases if we have a deal today, the cards will be sent tomorrow. I expect the same from you as well. I also check to make sure we are trading dollar for dollar. I dont do card for card unless they are same value or enough cards make up the value. Please don't send one or two card trades, lets make the biggest deal possible, or least the deal should be more then postage, and please make sure you put the transaction number on the envelope or somewhere inside the package, so many people don't and if your like me who have many deals going at once it makes it very hard to figare out what deal it is with out the number.

Also i have been trading for a while now, and the 2 biggest problems i have is the amount of tape people use to wrap the cards, please try to use as little as possible, and second please put the trading id on something in the package. I have any where from 5 to 20 deals happing at all times, its sucks when you have to go through deal by deal to find the transaction. It would be so much easier if the transaction id was printed on something inside, thank you

     
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tenlbpain

Member Since:   8/27/2015
From:   South Burlington, Vermont, United States
     

ukiahadam

Member Since:   12/13/2015
From:   Ukiah, Ca, United States
     

WJR16

Member Since:   5/27/2020
From:   Chattanooga, TN, United States
     
Collects:  

I started collecting baseball cards as a kid in the mid to late-80s and collected them through the early 90s. I started out collecting them with my old man, and I look back on those days wistfully. We'd sit up at night and put together sets and lists of our missing cards and that was a great thing to share with him. At some point, though, I outgrew wanting to share that experience with him, choosing instead to share the hobby with my friends. Then I started to notice girls and found other things to spend money on. I boxed up all the cards and traded the innocence of collecting baseball cards for other, less wholesome pursuits.

At some point over the course of the next 2 and a half decades, I somehow outgrew the nomadic life, became an adult, got married, found a permanent place to live, and jumped on the wildest ride of my life: fatherhood. In a fit of cleaning out my old room to make space for her new grandkids (my sister's kids at the time), my mother transported all of the cards from my childhood bedroom and brought them to live with me. To the attic they went, and in the attic they stayed for the better part of the last decade, hidden away and silent.

While working from home during quarantine, I repurposed the attic into a makeshift office to hide from my two kids, who were also at home, and who, despite my and my wife's best efforts, have no conception of privacy or quiet, and care very little for anyone else's productivity--especially when it comes at the expense of their most immediate desire. Stuck in the attic, armed with a laptop, and facing long days of working in solitude, there sat my baseball cards staring back at me, summoning me from a place and time long since gone. In a moment of sports deprived weakness, I answered their call and opened up a couple of boxes to look at my old collection. Glorious!

Within days of our local economy's soft reopening, I found a local card shop, escaped my attic, drove to it, donned a mask, and walked in to buy some new cards. I quickly learned that the days of the $0.50 pack had passed me by--quite a while ago it seems. Undeterred by the effects of what seemed to be hyper-inflation in an economy I had ignored for some 27 years, I left with not one, but two BOXES of baseball cards. Upon opening up the many packs of new cards, I discovered the advent of the insert card's prevalence, and that, unlike unicorns, autographed cards actually DO exist in packs (helllooo Pete Alonso!). Fascinated, and in need of boxes in which to store the cards and toploaders in which to protect them, it was back to the card shop for me. A couple of carboard boxes, a few bags of penny sleeves and some toploaders just couldn't be the extent of my second excursion. So, much like an addict in search of a fix, it was another box of cards for me. 

But, this new lifestyle of big spending on cards I knew nothing about would prove to be unsustainable as my wife and I are also tasked with feeding, clothing, and sheltering (in place) these two children we created. Alas, it was back to the attic for me, and back to shuffling through all of my old cards, sorting out the commons from the hall of famers, sorting out the steroid users from the clean players. Thus, a new collection was born. Hall of Famers. Those are the cards I want to collect.

But, I needed a mechanism for organizing what I had, and what I wanted to get. When I bought my last pack of cards as something other than a novelty back in 1993, the internet was not yet a thing, at least not one to which I had access. I thought: Surely there is some mechanism online to help me organize these cards, and give me reason to continue sorting through this mess. And, after minimal searching on the worldwide web, I discovered TCDB. What a brave new world this is.

I look forward to getting back into the hobby. But, for now, I am going to stick to trying to collect Hall of Famers, mostly vintage (which, I have learned, is now a word in this industry that describes me). I'm less concerned with a card's grading, centering, corners, or condition than I am with the name and face on it. I'm not in this as an investment; I'm in it for an escape. Hopefully when this little 2 year-old ages a few more years, he'll begin to enjoy collecting baseball cards as much as his old man did once upon a time. If so, I hope to bequeath to him a worthwhile collection and to share the experience with him for as long as he'll have me.

     

yrrcwc

Member Since:   12/14/2011
From:   Lenexa, KS, United States
     
Collects:  

Baseball

     
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