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BucCollector

Member Since:   9/3/2016
Collects:   Vintage Pittsburgh, 1979-80 Topps and OPC hockey, autographs, more
     

Doe MG

Member Since:   12/17/2016
From:   Chicago
     
Collects:   Ichiro, Chicago Cubs Relics and Memorabilia, The Beatles, The Moody Blues
     

halos17

Member Since:   2/7/2017
From:   Indy
     
Collects:   First and foremost a set collector. It's a disease! I also like to work on PCs of Wally Joyner, Mike Trout, Reggie Jackson, Rod Carew, Tim Salmon, Jim Abbot (Angels only), Bo Jackson, Jeff Huson, Rod Woodson, Steve Alford, & Martin St. Louis.
     

Hebron Reds Fan

Member Since:   9/9/2015
From:   Hebron, KY (Temporarily Bangalore, India)
     
Collects:   Cincinnati Reds - T206, 1940s - to current Base and Traded sets
     
Quote:   No trades until September! Summer work travel forces me to take a break from trades until after Labor Day! Until then--Happy Collecting!

jayoneill

Member Since:   11/23/2012
From:   Iowa
     
Collects:   Baseball: Complete Sets, Topps, New York Yankees.
     
Quote:   Baseball was, is and always will be to me the best game in the world. - Babe Ruth

jaysee88

Member Since:   1/15/2013
From:   Indiana
     
Collects:   Ken Griffey, Jr., Reggie Jackson, Pete Rose, Peyton Manning, Larry Bird, Pete Maravich, Steve Alford. Any Topps Heritage, Archives & Fan Favorites, 2002 & 2003 UD Vintage, Fleer Tradition, anything Topps pre-1975.
     
Quote:   I coulda been better. I coulda broke every record in the book.

royals

Member Since:   7/21/2017
Collects:   Kansas City Royals
Iowa State University Alumni
Kurt Warner
Tim Tebow
Kyle Korver
Cards with Kids
Gatorade Showers
Mustaches
Mascots
Historical and Scientific Subjects
Oddballs
     
Quote:   New Member to TCDB; Victim of the Zistle collapse

stevienicks77

Member Since:   10/13/2016
From:   Kansas City, MO
     

Tigerfan22

Member Since:   2/6/2013
From:   Colorado
     
Collects:   Detroit Tigers, Colorado Rockies
     
Quote:   When I began playing the game, baseball was about as gentlemanly as a kick in the crotch. Ty Cobb

  

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