Discussion in 'Vancouver Canucks' started by PG Canuck, Dec 26, 2017.
Belgium, the Red Devils.
So my one buddy happened to be at the same club with Ovi and the Cup the other night after the win. Was quite the party looking at the pics haha.
Donald J. Trump✔@realDonaldTrump
PM Justin Trudeau of Canada acted so meek and mild during our @G7 meetings only to give a news conference after I left saying that, “US Tariffs were kind of insulting” and he “will not be pushed around.” Very dishonest & weak. Our Tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy!
4:04 PM - Jun 9, 2018
Long offseason ahead of us here folks. just to proove to A2S I havent forgot HFVan as hes upset on a nother forum
Says the guy actively crying over Devante Smith-Pelley not showing the appropriate respect for a leader of a different country that is actively working against his own.
Real1 has dropped 2 tracks on Youtube. "Phoenix" and "Bury Me A G"
Not bad. Phoenix has a great beat to it. Bury Me A G gets better the more times you listen to it.
Anyone know places to buy sell trade Hockey Cards or Basketball Cards? Seen some places that do it online, just don't know who to trust.
eBay is your best bet, that's where I do most of my hockey card purchases (for individual cards).
Bossa does a monthly sports card show at Bonsor. Here's there website with schedule: Bonsor "Monthly" Sports Collectors Show | Bossa Productions
If you're looking to sell a bunch of cards I would recommend contacting them and getting a table there to display and sell. Otherwise if it's just a couple you can just bring them and speak to the dealers who have tables, some of them will buy.
Make sure you have a copy of the latest Beckett Hockey Card Monthly (I'm sure Basketball has the same thing). It's a good resource to see the value of your cards, but also do your research. Check what similar cards have gone for on eBay as that seems to be what a lot of dealers go by when talking deals.
I've been collecting hockey cards for 25 years so if you have any questions about certain cards feel free to DM me.
What would you recommend for someone that has a ton of cards and is just looking to sell them? Is there a place/person who would take collections and then sell them? Obviously with a cut of profits for their work.
If you're talking about not doing any work and just dropping off a box and asking someone to sell them, I'm not aware of who might do that. You might want to get in touch with one of the card shops around here as they might be able to help you with that.
Two that I would recommend that are out in Langley are Wisers Wide World of Collectibles, or Pastime Sports and Games.
The condition of the cards are very important. If you just have them in a box with no protection then they're likely not going to be worth much (if the corners are dinged, for example, you're not going to get much if anything). And most cards from the early-mid 90's were mass produced so those Bure rookie cards almost everyone has is worth maybe $10-20.
Cards from the 80's and earlier will have some value (especially if you're looking at rookie cards of star players), and in the 2000's to present (again, especially rookie cards). A Connor McDavid rookie card from The Cup has been going on eBay for $25,000+
In the early 1990's, I was at camp and a kid stole my Darryl Sydor rookie card.
I got revenge on the kid by putting his tooth brush in between my unwiped bum when I went to the bathroom.
You’re a weird dude
Well like I told that kid. Don't mess with the bull..........or you'll get the horns!
Bovinder is normal compared to me.
You need to get out more Pip...
I bow to your weirdness.
There are times I regret checking this thread out. This is one of those times.
Welcome to our hotel...where you can check-in but you can't check-out....
But Gillis was such a good name
Is he worshipping a jockstrap?
Actually that's a gif of Dennis Hopper from the movie Blue Velvet....and yes, he's quite uber bizzaro in that film (well it is after all a David Lynch film....)