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  1. 2011 Happy New Year and another season ended.

    It has been a fun place to be here at SCF. I have met some really amazing traders and the fun hasn't stopped.

    The industry has gotten complicated, less products from numerous brands, faked patches, overpriced quad cards, the whole nine.

    I've kept it real over the years of collecting. I still take any and all Minnesota Vikings. I take my trading very seriously and I strive to just make deals without thinking of values according to Beckett and what not. Not that I am saying ...
  2. Trade list

    Price next to each card is the

    2008 Upper Deck:

    203 Adrian Arrington RC $1.50
    251 Joe Flacco RC $6.00
    252 John Carlson RC $2.00
    255 Jonathan Hefney RC $1.50
    270 Mario Manningham RC $2.00
    290 Frank Okam RC $1.25
    297 Vernon Gholston RC $2.00

    2009 Upper Deck:
    202 Everette Brown RC $1.50
    203 Clay Matthews RC $3.00
    217 Darius Butler RC $2.00
    221 William Beatty RC $1.25 ...

    Updated 01-25-2011 at 01:29 AM by arey3

  3. Cinderella's wearing green this year

    "When you think you've got all the answers, I change the questions!"---Roddy Piper, sometime in the 1980's.

    Piper's snarky, often arrogant take is an apt way of describing the NFL playoffs these last two weekends. As we move to the conference championship round next Sunday, both #1 seeds have been eliminated in excruciating fashion. The #2 seeds in both conferences will host the championship games, and it's entirely possible that Cinderella's dress for the Super Bowl on ...
  4. The Lunacy of the Numbered Card

    [SIZE=3][FONT=Calibri]The unmitigated reason vintage cards have value is their rarity. If there were ten thousand Honus Wagner T-206ís then it would be a normal and inexpensive card. The whole market for this runs on this mantra and without it would fail miserably. 1950ís Topps, 1960ís Topps, 1970ís Topps all have the same thing as the rest; cards get thrown out, not many more left. People want cards of those old players; scramble to find what is available. The vintage market is just as fascinating ...
  5. How to Start a Card Collection

    [LEFT][FONT=Times New Roman]You have just recently gotten into card collecting and are happy and amazed to see that you can trade, buy and sell online! But when you actually go online, nobody wants to trade for your cards! Thatís because you donít have very many cards. Rather logical, since you just started collecting so recently. So how will you start your collection? Do you just go to the hobby shop and buy a lot of cards? Or is eBay better? Or should you just buy packs? Read on to find out.[/FONT] ...