Today's mail brought in some new cards to my Garnett, CP3, Big Al and Ray-Ray PCs!
2009-10 Panini 4
2009-10 Panini All-Pro 17
2009-10 Panini Block Party 7
2009-10 Panini 183
2009-10 Panini The Franchise 3
2009-10 Panini Prestige Stat Stars 15
2009-10 Panini Threads 3
2004-05 Upper Deck Pro Sigs 105
2009-10 Panini 210
2009-10 Panini 9
So had myself a mailday yesterday and I didn't add too much to the PC, but I did add my 110th Timberwolves auto, plus my first Ramon Sessions Auto from UD Lineage... and it pays homage to one of my favourite years of Upper Deck (because it was at the peak of card popularity here in lil old Tasmania - when you could find a box of basketball cards in every newsagent, plus specialty stores).
Today's mail brought in one new Garnett:
2009-10 Donruss Elite In The Zone 9
This is my 967th different Garnett, raising my collection to 19.3% of all Garnett's in existence.
As always, thanks for taking a moment to follow my quest for every Garnett card in existence!
So here I am, a 30yo married guy who recently started looking through some of his old sports cards. I am getting the itch again, after 15+ years.
For a good 5 years in my teens, from the age of about 10 - 15 or so, I lived and breathed sports cards. In that short time I amassed 20-30,000 cards. Nothing super spectacular at the time but I may have a few decent rookies now.
Anyhow, I have been looking at these forums and the Beckett website and am simply amazed at the sheer
Hi, everyone I'm Seng and currently located in Wilmington NC. There's one good thing here and that is that I have a local shop that's pretty well know throughout the card trading world. The shop is called Hobby Box and is owned by chris, the youtube box break guy. Anyways I used to collect alot back in 2006 and 2007. When I decided to stop, I sold my collection for a low amount and that was that. I recently started collecting again. Man this hobby is one hard one to stop but what can I say,