althib

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Member Since:   7/17/2019
Last Login:   7/30/2021
Points:   1,646
From:   100 Miles East of Montreal Canada
     
Collection:   54,926 cards
     

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Please note, the 2021 Upper Deck National Hockey Card Day Canada cards I listed in my FT/S list is a complete set that I won't break and I will trade it only for its U.S. version (2021 U.D. N.H.C.D. U.S. set).

I trade cards to build baseball, hockey and some non-sport sets. I regularly add new cards to my FT/S list. I don't buy or sell cards, but I am willing to trade cards for unused US postage stamps. I also have quite a few clean and gently used top loaders and card savers that I can trade for some cards as well.

All the cards I list here are NRMT or EX unless specified and I expect the same of you. Even I don't collect micro-variations (dots, stars, copyright marks, holograms, printing plate codes...), all my 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 and 1992 Donruss have been checked. I use painter's tape for all shipments and I am fine with shipping cards in single or multiple PWEs, if the cards are properly packaged. I don't mind large or small transactions, but I currently prefer the larger ones and a minimum of 10 cards per trade or at least that the cards carry more value than the postage.

Besides helping to complete our collections one step closer each time, the opportunity would be nice to have traded with all the states, provinces and territories of North America. On this site only, I traded with 44 states, 9 provinces and overseas. I can't wait to have a trade in Alaska, D.C., Delaware, Idaho, Nebraska, North Dakota, Wyoming, Manitoba and the 3 Canadian territories. However, if you don't live in the above juridictions, you're still more than welcome to trade with me.

Tip to save on shipping costs to Canada: use PWEs and avoid bubble envelopes, plastic boxes and big stacks of cards. Ship as flat as you can (cut 9 pocket pages in 3 rows and insert 4-5 cards in each pocket). The more it looks like a greeting card or documents mailed in a regular letter instead of a package, the more it tends to be cheaper to ship. U.S. to Canada first class postage (up to 2 oz) is $1.20 ($1.30 after Aug. 29th) and if non-machinable, $1.41. Postal service tends to be slower in Canada and at times a bit harder difficult to predict, but it is as reliable as in the U. S..

A.S.

     
Quote:   WARNING: I do my best to keep my lists up to date and sorted by variation, but they may contain incorrect versions due to the incessant frequency with which new micro-variations are added. Please ask me first, if they matter to you.


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