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Louis Requena ... vintage master MLB shutterbug by theFalcon (Last updated on Jun 7, 2020)

I queried Louis Requena (1919-2013) under the editorial category at and it returned 832 pictures! It's a beautiful collection. I'll bet a lot of his 8x10 prints were used for autographs at card shows.

He was NY-based and I'm sure he was on Topps' speed dial ... I posted a few of the cards he must have done, along with his pics that were near duplicates (link included).

I also think many cards were produced from his photo sessions, even if a similar card photo is NOT in Getty. I put in examples of my guesswork, too.

Hippie Hair Hockey of the 1970s by theFalcon (Last updated on Jun 7, 2020)

Thanks to the NJ Guv restrictions, I can now play an extra in a remake of 'Slap Shot'. That was just a movie, but here are few genuine shaggy examples during my youth.

vrooomed's Most Wanted Phillies cards by vrooomed (Last updated on Jun 5, 2020)

As a collector of Phillies cards, I enjoy a collection starting with some 1951 Bowman to present day. I decided to go after all Topps cards during that time frame, as well as the Bowman cards up to 1955. This list is starting with the 2 I'm missing from the 1960s that is keeping me from being complete from 1955 to present day and I'm adding to the list going from 1954 back.

Quasi-Musgraves by Lea DeFoote (Last updated on Jun 4, 2020)

This collection started out as checklist cards with Ted's name included. They didn't seem worth including in my main collection, but they were easy enough to acquire for the most part. I then expanded it to include cards that may include Ted or his car in the picture, but not clearly visible enough to pick out for sure.

Who are you? by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on May 30, 2020)

People I can't identify on NBA cards.

Chris Webber Autographs by AirPete (Last updated on May 29, 2020)

The autographed cards I have managed to obtain of my all-time favorite player. Finding these at a "reasonable" price can be challenging as Chris does not frequently appear in Panini's autograph offerings.

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Playing cards decks to get ♣, ♦, ♥, & ♠ formatting by vrooomed (Last updated on May 27, 2020)

We've been given the green light to re-format the playing card decks (at least the ones permissable here) with ♣, ♦, ♥, & ♠ in the card numbers. I am willing to do the editing (including the re-ordering to get them in ♣/♦/♥/♠ order, running A-K). Please leave a link to the set (or a link to a card in the set) in the comments, and I will add it. When I have completed it, I will remove the item from this user list and add it to this user list. I am going to leave the Renegades listing in case I ever get the list down to zero sets (like that will happen).

BucCollector's Wantlist Top Ten by BucCollector (Last updated on May 27, 2020)

My ten most wanted cards... and maybe a few additional

Nice: A Collection of Topps #69 Baseball Cards by catsup31 (Last updated on May 26, 2020)

In celebration of 69 years of Topps Baseball

MLB Team Hall of Fame New York Mets by stevejrogers (Last updated on May 24, 2020)

Located inside Citi Field

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Playing cards decks that have ♣, ♦, ♥, & ♠ formatting by vrooomed (Last updated on May 23, 2020)

Just as a means of showing which sets have been fully re-formatted in the approved manner - now sorted in chronological order (then alphabetical - all genres are mixed in). If you know of any sets that need this formatting, please go to this user list and leave a link to the set(s) in the comment section. I will add them to the list and fix it soon. Thank you.

Getting Every Mark McGwire Card by deejay21 (Last updated on May 22, 2020)

Mark McGwire was the first player I ever saw play baseball (on TV), he was the first player I ever saw hit a HR live (at Busch). I know that there are over 8700 cards out there, but I am patient.

Mark McGwire by Chad Scott (Last updated on May 20, 2020)

1979 All Star and HOF by poppadingo (Last updated on May 18, 2020)

TOPPS ALL STAR ROOKIE TROPHY CARDS by FASportscards (Last updated on May 18, 2020)

Since 1959, Topps has selected players for their annual All-Star Rookie Team. It usually consists of C, 1B , 2B, 3B, SS, 3 OF, LHP, RHP. In 2010 they added a RP, and in 2018 they added a DH. Topps would than put the trophy symbol on that players card the following year. (ex- the 1959 players had it on their 1960 card). In 1974 and again in 1979 thru 1986, All-Star Rookies were selected, but the trophy cup was left off. There were also other times the trophy was left off individuals cards, which will be noted in the comments.
This list will show the year by year rosters using the Topps flagship set. The comments will have players accomplishments, along with a listing of their other miscellaneous and variation cards with the trophy on it.
You can check out my Topps All Star Rookie Cups collection at my collection page. It also has my want list.
The comment section about the players is a work in progress.
Will update the list when new year comes out.

Goalies that Played for the Flyers in the 2018-19 Season by jfalvo316 (Last updated on May 15, 2020)

The Philadelphia Flyers set an NHL record in the 2018-19 season for most goalies played by a team in a single season at 8, here they are. Out of the 8 only 3 remain, Carter (Starter, Cahtah) Hart, Brian (Moose) Elliott and Alex Lyon.

Lyon currently plays for the AHL Phantoms and was called up for 3 games this season when Hart was out with an injury. He proved to be a valuable prospect for a future backup to Hart, starting 2 games and filling in for Elliott after he was pulled in the beginning of the 3rd period in a home loss to New Jersey. Out of his 2 starts, he stopped 36 out of 40 shots on goal during an all-around ugly 4-1 home loss to Montreal and stopped 28 out of 31 shots during a 6-3 home victory against Colorado. The game he filled in for Elliott in the third was another all-around ugly game when the Flyers were shutout by the Devils in a 5-0 home loss.

All statistics and information retrieved from

Cardinals with 1987 Topps look by Brimose (Last updated on May 14, 2020)

A definitive gallery of my favorite team, St. Louis Cardinals, on my favorite card design, 1987 Topps.

Special Special Teamers by Uncorrected Error (Last updated on May 12, 2020)

32 special teamers were named to the NFL's 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s, 75th anniversary, or 100th anniversary teams. This list consists of one card I own of each of them plus three cards I own of special teamers who were special in other ways.
Gale Sayers and Deion Sanders qualified for the list as special teamers, but their noted accomplishments also include their success at RB and CB respectively.
In George Blanda's case, his accolades were as a QB, but it was his ability as a kicker that extended his career.

Reds in an Era: 2019-Present: Let's Go For It by TheToddFather21 (Last updated on May 11, 2020)

At the beginning of the 2019 season, the Reds traded Homer Bailey and prospects to the Dodgers for Yasiel Puig, Alex Wood, Matt Kemp, and Kyle Farmer marking the first time the Reds had added significant pieces to their major league roster. That year at the trade deadline, the Reds added Trevor Bauer proving that the Reds were serious about contending. At the beginning of the 2020 season, the Reds added a few more players including, Mike Moustakas, Nick Castellanos, Wade Miley, and Pedro Strop which made them candidates (and favorites for some) to make the playoffs and win the division.

Collecting Daulton by chrisbiszantz (Last updated on May 8, 2020)

Behind the scenes stories about cards in my Darren Daulton personal collection.

Ultra gold Jordan by Geronimo (Last updated on May 8, 2020)

Major NHL cards featuring an NHL player without a major card by wax_house (Last updated on May 4, 2020)

Error cards featuring the wrong player will be the most obvious, but I'm also looking in the background. Major releases only. Going to exclude team cards that feature the whole team e.g. 1979-80 Topps/OPC hockey team cards for example. I'll need help for the other sports.

The Eyebrows Have It by C2Cigars (Last updated on May 4, 2020)

Unibrows and bushy brows. Only the best example card for each "bush" league player.

Funny Names by C2Cigars (Last updated on May 4, 2020)

Funny names and names that are ill-suited to a player's profession. Some you may have to take liberties with pronunciation.

Cards that show Turn Ahead The Clock jerseys. by ckrakowski (Last updated on May 3, 2020)

Baseball cards that show the infamous Turn Ahead The Clock jerseys.

2000's MLB Turn Back the clock uniforms by fedoratipper (Last updated on May 2, 2020)

Trade/Sell/Buy Countries by C2Cigars (Last updated on May 2, 2020)

Countries I've sent to/received from via a trade, sale, or buy.

Soccer cards needed for Master set by aussiewayne (Last updated on May 2, 2020)

these are the 21 Pro Set soccer cards i need to complete my Master sets (until i find another site that lists new ones)
hoping someone may have these even if they have not listed them
also looking for official binders for 1991 Pro Set Scottish and 1991 Pro Set Fixtures
thanks for looking

Stars in weird uniforms by bigblue88 (Last updated on Apr 29, 2020)

(Under construction)

I mean, who doesn't love Arizona Cardinals great Emmitt Smith. This is the list where Hakeem Olajuwon as a Toronto Raptor just feels right.

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Players traded for each other. by ckrakowski (Last updated on Apr 29, 2020)

Cards that depict players on a card that were traded for each other.

No team cards.

Only One Topps Card by wackydog (Last updated on Apr 29, 2020)

Players who only appear on one Topps flagship card.

Vince Young Texas Longhorns Needs by BobLoblawsBlogs (Last updated on Apr 27, 2020)

Missing these cards for my Vince Young Texas Longhorn collection. Only looking for autographs in Longhorns jersey. If not listed, still interested in looking. Thanks.

Favorite Team Serial Numbered and Colored Cards by yankees234221 (Last updated on Apr 26, 2020)

A current list of my favorite teams colored or serial numbered cards

Signs of the 80s: Leading Scorers by bevans (Last updated on Apr 24, 2020)

The 1980s and early 1990s will always represent "my" era of hockey fandom and collecting. I still watch the games, of course, and collect cards of current players, but will never feel the same emotional attachment to today's stars as I do to the players I grew up watching in the 1980s. Since most of the autograph cards I collect feature players from that era anyway, I decided to challenge myself by trying to collect autographed cards from each of the top 100 scorers of the decade. Scoring totals here are based on the 11-year period from 1979-80 through 1989-90.

Awesome Steve Yzerman by vrooomed (Last updated on Apr 22, 2020)

Yes, Stevie Y was pretty awesome at playing hockey, that we all know. My wife became a Red Wings fan when Yzerman was drafted on June 8, 1983. As a hockey fan, and having 2 uncles who were big into sports cards, she was able to get many sets through the 1980s, as well as many extra cards. For our 1 year wedding anniversary (in 1996), I decided to get a "joke" gift being that the traditional first anniversary present is paper and I picked up a handful of Yzerman cards (ones I knew she wouldn't already have). Well, the joke was on me, she loved them, and when I told her the shop near where I worked had more, I was tasked with getting more. When I finished with that shop's supply, we turned to shows, and eventually would end up attending the Spring and Fall Expo in Toronto for about 5 or 6 years (hockey collector heaven). The collection grew, and grew. Many oddball items were obtained, some that aren't even listable here (like tickets, brochures, magazines, and even mini hockey sticks with photos on them). However, the impressive part was the number of standard cards we were able to get going back to the beginning of his career to the time we stopped (August 2002 - when we were expecting a baby and knew our card budget just became the baby budget). This list will spotlight a few of the more interesting, rare, or simply cool Yzerman cards we obtained over those years. I hope you enjoy them and I hope I can remember how we got most of them!

UM Basketball Autographs by AirPete (Last updated on Apr 22, 2020)

The number of autographed cards I have for each former Wolverine.

Keep me on the west coast (MLB) by capsboy (Last updated on Apr 18, 2020)

Players who spent time with at least 4 of the 5 current NL West franchises

Kornél Dávid Cameo Cards by gabor (Last updated on Apr 17, 2020)

The only Hungarian player who played in the NBA so far, appeared in other players cards mainly in the season 1999-00. Let's collect those appearances here.

His official cards won't be listed.

Top Braves want list cards by JnGCards (Last updated on Apr 15, 2020)

JnGCard's current Braves want list

My Completed Sets by bkim (Last updated on Apr 15, 2020)

Whole sets, and inserts will be included up to 1990's when vendors got crazy with them. In order I completed them. Pre 1972 were released in series.1 each month from late March to late September

Autographed Racing Cards by jasongerman9 (Last updated on Apr 15, 2020)

An alphabetical listing of autographed racing cards that I have acquired. Cards are listed alphabetically except for the newest signature; it is listed first. When I add a new signature, the former last card will be added to it's proper alphabetical spot

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MLB All-Stars 2018 by stevejrogers (Last updated on Apr 15, 2020)

AL 8 NL 6
MVP Alex Bregman Astros 3B
Nationals Park
Washington, DC

MLB All-Stars 2017 by stevejrogers (Last updated on Apr 15, 2020)

AL 2 NL 1 (10)
MVP Robinson Cano Mariners 2B
Marlins Park
Miami, Florida

MLB All-Stars 2016 by stevejrogers (Last updated on Apr 15, 2020)

AL 4 NL 2
MVP Eric Hosmer Royals 1B
Petco Park
San Diego, CA

MLB All-Stars 1933 by stevejrogers (Last updated on Apr 14, 2020)

AL 4 NL 2
Comiskey Park
Chicago, IL (White Sox)

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My Teemu Autos by suomibear8 (Last updated on Apr 7, 2020)

This is a list of all the non-TTM Teemu autos I have.

BK - Neon Green Fast Break by gpgoodman (Last updated on Apr 7, 2020)

2018-19 Panini Prizm BK - Neon Green Fast Break. The color and look of these cards is spectacular. At SN5, seeing the scans of these cards might be the only option. The scans are still quite nice.

Chris Webber 2018-19 Prizm Rainbow Project by AirPete (Last updated on Apr 2, 2020)

38 versions of this card exist (the base and 37 parallels) and while I will never be able to collect all 38, too many low numbered SN's, I figured I would give it the old college try - within reason.

1995-96 Los Angeles Kings by fedoratipper (Last updated on Apr 2, 2020)

The worst team Wayne Gretzky was on (Not counting the lockout shortened season), the Kings finished 24-40-18 while Gretzky was traded mid-season to St. Louis

1995-96 New York Islanders by fedoratipper (Last updated on Mar 30, 2020)

The first year of the infamous Gortons fisherman logo saw the Islanders finish 22-50-10.


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