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Trading Cards Thread

eddie4

Genuinely Generous
The only thing I used to collect and play with were pogs. I found a bunch of trading cards once at a garage sale, went through them, and sold them on eBay the next day. Made about $200. I had over about 500 pogs though, don't remember what happened to them, probably ended up in the trash.

 

Bullet Club

Gold Member
2021 Upper Deck AEW Spectrum All Elite Wrestling Cards


7 cards per pack, 1 pack per box. I've seen one Australian site list it for over $400.

Each pack contains:

- 1 Autograph
- 1 Relic
- 1 Additional Card (Memorabilia Dark / Gold Parallel OR Non-Auto Memorabilia Insert OR Metal Insert)
- 1 Base Parallel
- 3 Base cards















 
Only a bit on topic. I have a few thousand cards from late 80s and early 90s. Mostly hockey but a few marvel, dc, and baseball (maybe a thousand each). What is the best way to sell them as a bundle? Is It hard to find card values other than guessing through eBay. I miss Beckett…
 

DadEggs

Member
Only a bit on topic. I have a few thousand cards from late 80s and early 90s. Mostly hockey but a few marvel, dc, and baseball (maybe a thousand each). What is the best way to sell them as a bundle? Is It hard to find card values other than guessing through eBay. I miss Beckett…
I just posted on facebook marketplace essentially what i was willing to accept to get rid of them in a timely manner. I did sift through them after i googled like “most valueable cards 1991 fleer mlb” to get a general price idea as well as see if i had any actually rare ones.

In the long run, atleast with the years i was dealing with, it wasnt really worth trying to sell piecemeal. Esp. When people can very easily just buy already sealed and graded stuff.
 
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Northeastmonk

Gold Member
I collected MLB and NBA cards in the 90’s. I have two big books of cards and sheets, but they’re at my folks. I did get some Upper Deck Ozzie Smith and Ken Griffey Jr. cards not too long ago. They were presents from my childhood friends. I miss cards, but I bet it’s mostly nostalgia kicking in. I don’t relate to the players as well. I do have a PSA 10 Yadier Molina that I got as a present.


I hear this series of cards will be super hard to find or double the price on eBay once they’re gone. I love the collaboration, but I can’t display cards.
 

Bullet Club

Gold Member


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No price listed yet.
 
Just curious, did anyone else buy weird non sports cards back in the late 80’s and early 90’s? For example I got one that was a cartoon style card with Saddam Huessien and George Bush during Desert Storm.
 

Bullet Club

Gold Member
eBay are setting up a COMC style trading card storage place.




 

Brazen

Member

A new TCG coming up that's been in the works for a few years by Eric Curiosa (grinding gear games/path of exile) to those of you who would be interested and didn't want to miss out. Artwork caught my attention being a magic player back in the day. Looks really solid aesthetically and functionally for a card game after a deeper look. There's the alpha edition being ran on kickstarter which ends in less than a day with the project having plenty of confidence/success by surpassing its initial goal by over 1000% plus.
 

OmegaSupreme

advanced basic bitch
I need the 91 Gi Joe set and I'll pretty much have all the nostalgic stuff from my childhood. I've got all the X-men and Marvel sets from that time period already. Cool book coming out featuring Jim Lee's amazing X-Men cards.

 
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