My “In Defense Of” post garnered quite a bit of attention for the site. Chris Olds and Susan Lulgjuraj from Beckett, VOTC – c0-host of Cardboard Connection Radio, a couple card blogs and various twitterers all picked up on the article and helped promote and discuss the issue.
When all was said and done we [...]
While everyone’s busy posting away with their brand new shiny, special 2013 Topps cards, some of us realize that there are other equally viable collecting subjects. What’s wrong with older cards? What’s wrong with talking about a 1986 Donruss card for instance?
I mean, it’s not like we’re journalists. Why do we have to write [...]
In my most recent post, I sung the praises of the #TwitterTrade. Well…second verse, same as the first.
This time, I’m talking about Charles, aka @SWLVGUY. He’s another must-follow on there. Not only is he a great trader, as you’re about to see, but also a fantastic twitter ambassador for the hobby.
Oh, and he uses [...]
I think by now you guys have figured out I’m a fan of large group breaks. I love variety. I love value. I love cards, and I love seeing or opening things that would otherwise go unseen or unopened.
(What’s that you say? I have an 11 box Topps group break currently taking sign-ups? Why, [...]
If you’re wondering why I haven’t posted in a week, maybe what you’re about to see will explain it. You’re going to be treated to a very short introduction this time, because I’m writing 3,000 words or so overall on this doozy of a trade. Things like this take time you know.
The cards below [...]
I think I just struck Gold. Not Topps Gold, but better. Even better than Topps Black Gold!
About two weeks ago, I won a big lot on ebay. Here’s the picture and description:
That's a lot of Pro Set in there…I'm in!
“You are bidding on a large collection of football and baseball cards [...]
The second in a series.
Last time, we left our hero after he had accidentally picked a favorite team. He had not yet opened a pack of cards, and to be honest, had no idea that cards existed until one fateful night.
The year was 1986. My dad was a High School teacher and took [...]