Member Since:   10/2/2016
Last Login:   4/22/2021
Points:   1,231
From:   Texas United States
Collection:   88,844 cards



***Slowly redoing my Want List - what may be on it today may be off tomorrow***

Trading primarily for baseball subsets, inserts, food issues, box bottoms, and select base and small sets from vintage to modern. Priorities are:

  1. 1959 Topps Baseball
  2. 1962 Post Baseball
  3. 1976 Franken-set of Crane, Isaly, or any brand baseball discs
  4. 1999 Upper Deck Ovation Baseball
  5. Any of my one-and-dones or with less than 10 cards to complete

I'm willing to buy your lower grade vintage matches up to 1969 as a last resort. Not really buying modern cards except at bargain bin prices and only as sets. 

I collect. I DO NOT invest in cards and it is reflected in my trading. I don't trade using price guides, if you do, then look elsewhere please. I do attempt to value cards based on player and era and am always open to back-and-forth negotiations if needed. I have an 18-20 card minimum, always sent securely in a plain white envelope (PWE), and please stay within eras; I consider vintage through 1979, 1980-1987 post-vintage, and 1988-present as modern;  I can gladly go as big as you want. It's all about economy. I trade regularly with my foreign friends, mostly to Canada, and since I'm able to send them up to about 180 cards securely in a large business envelope, depending on where I am on my budget, that's how I'll trade within the US. Trades larger than that will most certainly be sent with tracking.

On vintage on my Trading List from 1958-1979 assume a Bell Curve with the majority between Gd to Vg. As far as my expectations for cards I'm receiving I honestly am unconcerned with creases, rounded corners, slightly off-centered, but if you are unlike me, then I can happily provide scans as needed. I do not expect you to be as flexible as me on condtion.

My Derek Jeter and Albert Pujols cards not in other subsets, inserts, or sets I'm collecting are available for trade. Their particular RCs are available ONLY for higher end vintage cards on my Want List.

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