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Pen to Paper: "Real" Autographed Cards (Hockey D - F) by thirstydeer (Last updated on Oct 3, 2022)

This is a list of all the cards I have in which the players have signed the cards personally. I either met the player in person or mailed the cards to the player. Forgive my poor cropping efforts. It does not reflect the quality of the cards.

I will try to provide captions for most of the cards to give a backstory as to how I got the cards signed.

This list is for my hockey cards with player last names between D and F:

Alexandre Daigle, Vincent Damphousse, Jason Dawe, Chris Dingman, Gilbert Dionne, Bruce Driver, Dan Ellis, Renata Fast, Tom Fergus, Theoren Fleury, Mike Foligno, Grant Fuhr

Pen to Paper: "Real" Autographed Cards (For Sale/Trade) by thirstydeer (Last updated on Oct 3, 2022)

This is a list of cards I got autographed that are available to be sold or traded. Every card is signed in person or through the mail - none are cards have printed autographs.

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Pen to Paper: "Real" Autographed Cards (Hockey J - L) by thirstydeer (Last updated on Sep 27, 2022)

This is a list of all the cards I have in which the players have signed the cards personally. I either met the player in person or mailed the cards to the player. Forgive my poor cropping efforts. It does not reflect the quality of the cards.

I will try to provide captions for most of the cards to give a backstory as to how I got the cards signed.

This list is for my hockey cards with player last names between J and L:

Ric Jackman, Brianne Jenner, Tomas Kaberle, Kris King, Olaf Kolzig, Chris Kontos, Mike Krushelnyski, George Laraque, Grant Ledyard, Gary Leeman, Eric Lindros

Pen to Paper: "Real" Autographed cards (Hockey A - C) by thirstydeer (Last updated on Sep 27, 2022)

This is a list of all the cards I have in which the players have signed the cards personally. I either met the player in person or mailed the cards to the player. Forgive my poor cropping efforts. It does not reflect the quality of the cards.

I will try to provide captions for most of the cards to give a backstory as to how I got the cards signed.

This list is for my hockey cards with player last names between A and C:

Dave Andreychuk, Nikolai Antropov, Jamie Baker, Bob Baun, Stephane Beauregard, Sergei Berezin, Bill Berg, Claude Boivin, Nikolai Borchevsky, Paul Broten, Mike Brown, Kelly Buchberger, Randy Burridge, Guy Carbonneau, Tom Chorske, Wendel Clark, Shayne Corson

Pen to Paper: "Real" Autographed Cards (Hockey V - Z) by thirstydeer (Last updated on Sep 27, 2022)

This is a list of all the cards I have in which the players have signed the cards personally. I either met the player in person or mailed the cards to the player. Forgive my poor cropping efforts. It does not reflect the quality of the cards.

I will try to provide captions for most of the cards to give a backstory as to how I got the cards signed.

This list is for my hockey cards with player last names between V and Z:

Rick Vaive, Ryan VandenBussche, Rick Wamsley, Todd Warriner, Kay Whitmore, Dave "Tiger" Williams, Dody Wood

Pen to Paper: "Real" Autographed Cards (Hockey P - R) by thirstydeer (Last updated on Sep 1, 2022)

This is a list of all the cards I have in which the players have signed the cards personally. I either met the player in person or mailed the cards to the player. Forgive my poor cropping efforts. It does not reflect the quality of the cards.

I will try to provide captions for most of the cards to give a backstory as to how I got the cards signed.

This list is for my hockey cards with player last names between P and R:

Rob Pearson, Scott Pearson, Rich Pilon, Brian Pothier, Wayne Primeau, Brian Propp, Dave Reid, Damian Rhodes, Steve Rice, Stephane Richer, Gary Roberts, Andre Roy, Warren Rychel

Pen to Paper: "Real" Autographed Cards (Hockey M - O) by thirstydeer (Last updated on Aug 17, 2022)

This is a list of all the cards I have in which the players have signed the cards personally. I either met the player in person or mailed the cards to the player. Forgive my poor cropping efforts. It does not reflect the quality of the cards.

I will try to provide captions for most of the cards to give a backstory as to how I got the cards signed.

This list is for my hockey cards with player last names between M and O:

Jamie Macoun, Darrin Madeley, Clint Malarchuk, Norm Maracle, Daniel Marois, Dennis Maruk, Brad May, Alyn McCauley, Bob McGill, Randy McKay, Kirk McLean, Dave McLlwain, Kevin Miller, Dmitri Mironov, Bryan Muir, Ric Nattress, Chris Neil, Bernie Nicholls

Officers of the Oblong Onion Bags: Leafs Goalies by thirstydeer (Last updated on Aug 9, 2022)

Continuing with my focus on my favourite and local team, the Toronto Maple Leafs, I thought I'd take the time to put together a list of Leafs goalies.

When I got into hockey it was right at the time Felix Potvin pushed Grant Fuhr out of the starting role. After Potvin it was Curtis Joseph leading the way. After Cujo it was Ed Belfour. And after Belfour it was a revolving door of misses until Frederik Andersen provided some stability.

Only cards I have of goalies while playing for the Leafs are shown, and it is in order from goalies who played for the team during the 1981-92 season and moving forward to today.

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Pen to Paper: "Real" Autographed Cards (Hockey G - I) by thirstydeer (Last updated on Aug 5, 2022)

This is a list of all the cards I have in which the players have signed the cards personally. I either met the player in person or mailed the cards to the player. Forgive my poor cropping efforts. It does not reflect the quality of the cards.

I will try to provide captions for most of the cards to give a backstory as to how I got the cards signed.

This list is for my hockey cards with player last names between G and I:

Todd Gill, Doug Gilmour, Chris Gratton, Adam Graves, Brent Gretzky, Mark Hardy, Todd Harvey, Benoit Hogue, Bill Houlder, Al Iafrate

Pen to Paper: "Real" Autographed Cards (Hockey S - U) by thirstydeer (Last updated on Aug 4, 2022)

This is a list of all the cards I have in which the players have signed the cards personally. I either met the player in person or mailed the cards to the player. Forgive my poor cropping efforts. It does not reflect the quality of the cards.

I will try to provide captions for most of the cards to give a backstory as to how I got the cards signed.

This list is for my hockey cards with player last names between S and U:

Brian Savage, Craig Simpson, Billy Smith, Natalie Spooner, Ronnie Stern, Shayne Stevenson, Brent Sutter, Steve Thomas, Kevin Todd, Raffi Torres

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It's a Deal: TCDB Trades - 2022 Edition by thirstydeer (Last updated on Jul 3, 2022)

I started trading on this site in 2020, and decided to put together a list commemorating all the trades I've done on an annual basis.

This is the 2022 edition. This year's totals will be published after the last 2022 trade is completed.

Each card shown is the one that stands out for me the most in that particular transaction for whichever reason (last card needed for a set, a player I like, etc). That being said the vast majority of cards involved in these trades are commons.

It's a Deal: TCDB Trades - 2021 Edition by thirstydeer (Last updated on Jul 3, 2022)

I started trading on this site in 2020, and decided to put together a list commemorating all the trades I've done on an annual basis.

This is the 2021 edition. This year I traded away 2,139 cards and received 2,265 cards. This adds up to a total of 4,404 cards changing hands.

Each card shown is the one that stands out for me the most in that particular transaction for whichever reason (last card needed for a set, a player I like, etc). That being said the vast majority of cards involved in these trades are commons.

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Last Cards Standing: The Ones I Still Need (5 or less) by thirstydeer (Last updated on Jul 3, 2022)

This list is for any sets in which five or less cards are needed to complete them. The needed cards will be posted here, and I will keep the list updated.

If you are interested in working out a trade or buy/sell I am all ears. Feel free to message me or post a comment.

Cards are in order from oldest to newest.

Pen to Paper: "Real" Autographed Cards (Baseball) by thirstydeer (Last updated on May 22, 2022)

This is a list of all the cards I have in which the players have signed the cards personally. I either met the player in person or mailed the cards to the player. Forgive my poor cropping efforts. It does not reflect the quality of the cards.

I will try to provide captions for most of the cards to give a backstory as to how I got the cards signed.

This list is for all my autographed baseball cards.

Players included: Joe Carter, Juan Guzman, Paul Molitor, Dave Stewart, Duane Ward, Eddie Zosky.

Freeze Frame: Goalies in Action by thirstydeer (Last updated on Jan 27, 2022)

This list is dedicated to goalies. In particular, to goalie cards in which the photos depict them either making highlight reel saves, or the photos of them are somehow unique, interesting, or stand out in some way. Also included are goalies who simply look neat in their stances.

They Brought It: Hall of Famer Rookie Cards by thirstydeer (Last updated on Dec 27, 2021)

There has been plenty of athletic talent on display in the MLB and NHL, but only a select few will ever get serious consideration for their sport's ultimate individual recognition.

Every player in this last has been inducted into the Hall of Fame. All these players have had careers the vast majority of other pros can only dream of, and are idolized by many.

Each card shown is in my collection. This list is about the player, not about the value of the card the player is on. It is sorted based on the age of the card and thus the beginning of each player's career.

Fond Memories: 92 Blue Jays and 92-93 Maple Leafs by thirstydeer (Last updated on Apr 4, 2021)

I got into sports into 1992 and it turned out to be the best time to do it. The Toronto Blue Jays, aka the "boys of summer" came off of a very successful 1991 season and were looking to go further... and further they went. After winning first place in their division they dispatched the Oakland Athletics and the Atlanta Braves for their first World Series win.

Then the Leafs started their season... they started off with their typically subpar win/loss ratio. But when the second half hit, everything fell together. The team had 26 wins and 12 losses to make the playoffs, and pushed out Detroit and St. Louis until falling victim to the Kings in no small part due to the infamous non-call on Gretzky (yes, I went there).

To commemorate these fond memories I have from when I got into these sports and teams respectively, I've put together the below list which includes every player (whom I have cards of) who played on the Blue Jays and Maple Leafs roster that year. Most cards will be from that season but if I don't have any I'll use cards from other seasons, with a priority on cards in which the players are in their Toronto attire.

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Engage: Star Trek Ships by thirstydeer (Last updated on Jan 11, 2021)

As much as I love hockey I am also a Star Trek fan, and particularly like the ship designs and the intracincies of each ship type.

This list includes every card I have that focuses on Star Trek ships - even if multiple cards are about the same one.

Cards are ordered by year their respective sets were issued, then by card number.

Anyone care to guess which one is my favourite? First person to guess which ship is my favourite will get any five Star Trek common cards on my for sale/trade list. To guess right you have to post a comment on this list.

It's a Deal: TCDB Trades - 2020 Edition by thirstydeer (Last updated on Jan 6, 2021)

I was looking at user lists for inspiration and came across Billy Kingsley's list of trade summaries he did in 2020 and thought it was a really great idea. So... I couldn't resist.

I joined the site on April 4, 2020 as a means to help me sort out all my cards I pulled from my mom's loft. They were there since 1993. Sorting through them reignited my interest in card collecting so I began trading.

Each card shown is the one that stands out for me the most in that particular transaction for whichever reason (last card needed for a set, a player I like, etc). That being said the vast majority of cards involved in these trades are commons.

Between my first transaction ever on May 28 till my last transaction conducted in 2020 I traded away 658 cards and received 683 cards. This adds up to a total of 1341 cards changing hands. Separately, I also bought cards on four occasions, totaling 245 cards, but I'm not including that in the above total.

Thanks to all my trading partners in 2020, especially those who traded with me when I was new to the site.

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