Member Since:   4/4/2020
Last Login:   5/20/2022
Points:   1
From:   Milton, ON Canada
Collection:   45,866 cards



PROFILE UPDATED: April 10, 2022


I am both a set builder and a player collector (see below).  In terms of set building, I am a hockey collector.  In the 90s I was more into baseball but my interest shifted.  I am also a Star Trek fan and collect those cards, as well as whatever other non-sport sets attract my interest.


I sometimes collect cards of certain players with the intent of getting them signed.  There are numerous means I use to get them signed, and even show every autographed card I have in my user lists: BaseballHockey (A-C)Hockey (D-F)Hockey (G-I)Hockey (J-L)Hockey (M-O)Hockey (P-R)Hockey (S-U)Hockey (V-Z).  I even show a list of signed cards available for trading or selling: For Sale/Trade

This player list changes frequently - sometimes more than weekly.  You can click on the name to see my wantlist for that player.  The list was last updated May 16, 2022:

Dan Daoust, Mike Krushelnyski, Dennis MarukRic Nattress


Cards from mid-90s to earlier may have small imperfections.  The imperfections could include small corner damage, residue from cards being stuck together, and other typical minor imperfections that comes with handling them a lot as I did as a teen.  The Lego cards may also have small bends in them (they are meant to be played with after all).  If condition is of the upmost importance to you please ask for photos which I will provide.


  • My first preference is to trade cards but am open to buying & selling cards.
  • My standard will be to send cards in PWEs (plain white envelopes), including multple PWEs in a single trade.  Bubble mailers, etc. will used on an as needed basis.
  • I send out cards on Fridays or Saturdays.  I just don't have the time to do it other days.
  • I am not overly concerned with exact $ for $ value trades.  I only ask it be in reasonable.  I realize that is completely subjective but we can work that out.
  • I do use the TCDB card pricing as a loose guide.  I realize it can be way off but at the very least it provides a decent value starting point.  I also have a Beckett subscription and will use that, particularly when inserts or otherwise higher valued cards are in the transaction.
  • Among base cards/commons, I place the value of junkwax era cards (late 80s to mid90s) at the bottom of the list in terms of value.


I strive to be a trustworthy and reliable trading partner.  If you have any issues with your cards please let me know.  I will find a way to satisfactorily make up for it.  My ask is that you do the same.  No one is perfect.  We all miss something from time to time - it's how you handle that miss that says something about you.

"My ideas ALWAYS work sometimes!"






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