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DAVESCARDS SPORT CARD TRADING SITE

Still the Home Run King

Welcome to my sport card trading site. A little about me: I grew up in Kenosha, Wisconsin and was a big Milwaukee Braves and Green Bay Packers fan. I moved to California in the mid-70's. I'm now a Dodgers and Lakers fan, but I'll always be a Packers fan, as well as a University of Wisconsin Badgers fan (my alma mater). I collected baseball cards as a kid in the 1950s. I had a nice collection of early to mid-50's Topps and Bowman cards. A fond memory was getting an Easter basket full of 1955 Bowman packs. Alas, the story ends as so many like it with my mother throwing out all my cards when I went away to college. Fast forward to 1989 when I took up collecting again. .

Im mostly interested in finishing some 50's baseball sets, along with some modern sets. I also collect a few vintage basketball and football sets. I'm currently a member of Vintage Card Traders, Trading Bases and Dugout Traders. As far as cards to trade, I have some vintage cards and a whole lot of modern era stuff 1986-2011), including many inserts.

In addition to individual cards to trade, I have complete and partial sets, unopened boxes, and some professionally graded cards. I also have Starting Lineup figures, books (mainly about baseball during the 1930's to 60's), and magazines (Topps, Beckett, SCD). I have some new, unused collecting supplies: 100 and 200-count plastic storage boxes, toploaders, and 3-ring binders. Although I put prices on some of this stuff, it's all available for trade.

I have a large collection of non-sport cards that I am in the process of liquidating. I'm looking to finish a few non-sport sets, but the majority of what I have is available for trade or sale.

Please send your want lists and trade proposals to: DWBCA@aol.com.

I may periodically have auctions on Ebay. Please check my listings under "davescards". I am a "Top-Rated Seller".

WANTLISTS


CARDS FOR TRADE


MISCELLANEOUS STUFF


MY COMPLETED SETS


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