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HOCK4 Wrote:Can you tell me anything about a set of cards produced in the late 80's or early 90's that was not sanctioned by MLB? They featured high quality photography of the player, usually against a backdrop of the city or ballpark. I'm trying to find the photographers name the availability of these cards.
Is there any way to validate a BCCG graded card?
Looks like only the BGS and BVG are options.
ktcardshop Wrote:I have another one for you. You list the 1988 Donruss Puzzle & Cards Team Collection. It is a 9 X 11 1/2" Booklet flat stapled w/Metallic blue binding tape. There are five books, One each for the Oakland A's, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, New York Mets, and the New York Yankees. Each book consists of a front cover, Three pages of reproduction cards, 9 to a page, A 6 1/2 X 8 7/8 large Stan Musial Puzzle, and a back cover with a stadium photo and a team history with a team logo on the back cover. This booklet was meant to be kept together and yet you list it as 27 individual cards with no mention of the puzzle or the front and back cover.
klingenwald Wrote:how does one search and/or find all of another trader's wants? i cannot seem to figure out how to do it either from their collections site (it only pulls up haves and wants, and does not seem to differentiate between them), or from within the trades site (i.e. the best i can do there is search my collection, and sometimes i get lucky and the other person seems to want the card and that fact is noted at top of search results, but its obviously hit and miss).
i can also search wants for particular cards, but that pulls up everybody who wants card.
is there a way to get a listing of all of a specific trader's wants (sometimes, i like to include other cards in a trade that matches another trader's wants, but i cannot figure out how to search for/through them in isolation)? i am sure there is a way, but i am just too thick to figure it out.