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artistim1978

Member Since:   10/30/2014
From:   elyria ohio- hartsville sc- athens ga
     
Collects:  

Vintage (all sports), michael jordan, jim brown, julius erving, walter payton, bo jackson, frank thomas, joe montana, jerry rice, ken griffey jr, muhammad ali /cassius clay, zion williamson, vince carter, luka doncic 

     
Quote:   when all you have is a hammer.. everything looks like a nail

jlcre2003

Member Since:   7/15/2015
From:   W-S, NC, United States
     
Collects:  

 

5/7/22 update: exam is over, still need to sort and add about 10-15,000 traders. Hope to be trading again soon,  should have a lot for wantlists.

 

Baseball -  Topps and Topps Heritage set builder, multiple individual player PCs

Football -set builder & all current and former Miami Hurricanes and Pittsburgh Panthers 

I have a unique work schedule that keeps me away from the card room at times but I try to communicate regularly in regards to where I stand during transactions

  

     

Mungo Hungo

Member Since:   4/27/2020
From:   Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
     
Collects:  

** Please Help **

I only need six cards for a set that is approaching 10,000.  These are not stars.  They may be in your drawer somewhere, sitting sadly, waiting to be moved to a new home.  I could give them a comfortable new home, and you would profit very handsomely by making it happen!

The seven are:

2017 Topps Now OD-404 - Tyler Anderson

1998 Bryan Braves - Kerry Ligtenberg

1997 Bryan Braves -Chris Brock

1997 Bryan Braves - Mike Cather

1997 Bryan Braves - Chad Fox

1989 Dubuque Braves - Jeff Wetherby

I'm not currently selling anything, nor am I trading for anything other than the above six cards.  I apologize, but there just isn't anything else I want/need. 

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What I collect:

1) One card of every major league player since August 28, 1977.

Each player’s first “regular” major league card, including inserts and regionals, starting with his debut year.

2) One card of every player who had a WAR of 20 or better in games since 1947 and who retired before August 28, 1977.

No cards issued more than a year after the player’s professional playing career.  All cards Ex-Mint or better.

3) One card of every other AL/NL player with a WAR of 20 or better in games since 1903.

Mixes originals and reprints.

4) One card of every Kansas City Royals player and manager.

Uses cards showing the player as a Royal or a minor league Royal wherever possible.

 

Details on Set 1:

●          First priority for each card: A 3½-inch-long single-player card, licensed or otherwise permitted to use MLB logos, which correctly names the player, shows him in color in a major league or neutral uniform, and does not identify him as playing in a minor or other league.  Does not include game/contest cards, schedule cards, stickers, stamps or cards focused partly on a team or mainly a particular game or event.

  • Each card must be from player’s major league debut year (or 1977 for players active in late 1977), if any such cards in this category exist.
  • Otherwise, the card must be from the first possible year after the player’s major league debut year (or 1977 for players active in late 1977), if any such cards in this category exist.
  • Otherwise, the card must be from the last possible year before the player’s major league debut year (or 1977 for players active in late 1977), if any such cards in this category exist.

●          Next priority: a card matching the above criteria except that one of the following applies: it (a) focuses partly on other players or a team, or mainly on a particular game or event; (b) is oversized or undersized; (c) pictures the player entirely in black-and-white; (d) does not name the player or, for the primary identifying information of the player, misspells his name and/or uses an uncommon nickname; (e) identifies the player as a major leaguer, and is permitted to use MLB logos/team names, but shows the player in a clearly non-MLB uniform; or (f) identifies the player as a major leaguer, but is not permitted to (and does not) use MLB logos/team names.  Year criteria is same as above.

●         Next priority: a card matching the above criteria except that it is (a) a game or contest card; (b) a schedule card; (c) a postcard; (d) a sticker or stamp; (e) a card that doesn't name the player; (f) a card that shows the player not in uniform; (g) a card with a player photo that is vastly secondary to some other aspect of the card; and/or (h) a card with more than one element from the previous bullet point.  Year criteria is same as above.

●         Next priority: a card matching the above criteria, except that it is not permitted to (and does) use team logos and/or team names. Year criteria is same as above.

●         Finally, a card, licensed if a license is required, that identifies the player with a non-MLB professional, collegiate or national team, or that doesn't identify the league/team but shows him in a non-MLB or neutral uniform.

●         Other requirements:

  • Short side of each card must be between 1 and 3½ inches.  Long side must be between 2 and 5½ inches.
  • No tickets or publicity photos.  No oversized, blank-backed or mostly blank-backed photos/photocards made by or for teams.
  • Must be a flat, stand-alone item (or intended to be removed or cut out as a stand-alone item) made of cardboard, plastic, paper or a similar product.  Cutouts must be of at least thin cardboard stock and must be intended as cutouts.
  • No cards issued more than a year after the player’s professional, collegiate or national playing career, or otherwise as a retrospective.
  • Based on the dates of the respective licensing programs, licenses not required for major league cards before 1967, minor league cards before 1987 or Japanese cards before 2000.
  • Major league cards without licenses must be part of or connected to a national (U.S. or Canada) widely distributed issue of the sort checklisted in a major hobby database.
  • Player must be pictured as the subject or one of up to nine subjects of the card and not misidentified as a different player.
  • No 1/1s or cards that don't appear to exist.

Details on Set 3:

●         Card must:

  • Have been issued during or within a year after the player’s professional playing career;
  • Be a catalogued reprint of the above; or
  • Be a general likeness of a card that could have been issued during the player's career.

 

     

  

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