Member Since:   7/17/2019
Last Login:   10/29/2020
Points:   29
From:   100 Miles East of Montreal Canada
Collection:   44,676 cards



I am willing to accept trades and I can ship all trades immediately. Mail and freight continue to move across Canada, the U.S. and between the two countries, but delivery time is totally unpredictable. Service speed has improved, but no one knows if it will be delivered this week, next week or next month. The border restrictions are for the passengers only.

Baseball and Hockey Set Builder.

All the cards I list here are NRMT or EX unless specified and I expect the same of you. Everything on my FT/S list is sorted by variation (except 1988, 1990 and 1992 Donruss - 1990 Inc./Inc are checked), but I don't collect such trivial and minor variations (dots, stars, copyright marks, holograms...). I keep my lists up to date and I try to add new cards as much as I can. 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 prefer to trade 10 cards minimum per trade or at least that the cards carry more value than the postage. Also, I don't really sell or buy cards, but I am open to trade my cards for UNUSED U.S. postage stamps. If interested, I have a few hundreds of clean penny sleeves that I can trade for some cards as well.

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 and if non-machinable, $1.41.

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