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Selling Project - Part 16

2020.08.26 19:53 MachiavellianFuck Selling Project - Part 16

Hey guys!
It has been FOREVER since my last update and a ton has happened. Sorry for the long post, but hopefully some people appreciate a detailed dive into everything.
A really really really brief recap of the past fifteen parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165 with the goal of making $10,000 in one year. In 2019, I had bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. In 2019, I ended with a final profit of $9,262.28 – a tad bit short of my goal. In 2020, my goal is $20,000 (fitting). Using my margins from 2019, I would need to sell around $85k in cards.
I also keep a few cards for my personal collection (more on that below). Here are the cards I have kept so far.
You can find the previous installment here
PERSONAL UPDATE
First, I hope everyone is doing well and staying sane. It has been an absolutely wild three months for me, I found out I’m going to be an uncle, I got a cat and I decided I was going to propose to my girlfriend this weekend! I have still been keeping up with this project, the prices for baseball cards have absolutely skyrocketed over the past couple months, so there hasn’t been the same amount of buying as usual. I am going insane with working from home and trying to keep my head above water with everything, but flipping has been (at times) a nice escape. I am fortunate enough to be flipping something that I am passionate about, baseball cards, so I am able to enjoy this and see a lot of neat cards along the way.
In that spirit I have decided to begin keeping some cards for my personal collection as I go along. I read somewhere an interesting method of collecting, reducing your collection to 25 cards. I wanted to give it a shot with a bit of a twist, I want to keep a collection of 25 cards, but still make a profit along the way. So a couple ground rules I set for myself: * The collection is limited to vintage baseball cards (generally 1980’s and older). This was my first collecting passion and I’d like to try to keep to it.
So, without further ado, here are the first four cards in this project. The 1949 Berra came from the Yogi Berra lot I bought from SCP in January. The grades finally came back last week and I did very well on a few cards, so I felt that I deserved to spoil myself a bit. The 1949 Bowman set holds a special spot in my heart for me, my best flip ever was a group of 1949 Bowman cards I purchased for $300 which included a Jackie Robinson rookie that graded PSA 8! I sold it for over $10k. This Yogi Berra card is well centered, nice registration and a great mid-grade example of a baseball icon. I love it. The Ted Williams card and the Willie Mays both came from the December Heritage lot that I had purchased. PSA took FOREVER on this order. I was a little disappointed in the overall grades, but am confident I will turn a profit. The 1956 Topps Ted Williams is such a cool card and a staple in post-war collecting. The Mays I always liked – it’s a little beat up, but the centering is near perfect and the color looks sharp. Finally, I nabbed the 1969 Yaz. This was mostly done because I love the set. 1969 Topps was the last set to feature Mickey Mantle, something that I think goes underappreciated. The set design has always been pretty crisp, it has a couple great rookies and great all-star rookie cards. I’m a fan. Anyways! None of these cards are permanent, I can sell them at any time, but I’d imagine they will be in the collection a while.
Purchased
What Sold
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
PSA is still extremely backlogged. For this project, I have 276 items with them. Luckily I was able to get quite a few cards back from them recently! As I previously mentioned, I received back the Yogi Berra cards I sent them in January and the Heritage cards I sent in December. Overall I am happy enough with the grades. I think they were fair on the Berra cards and they were rough on the Heritage cards (they were separate orders). I already listed or consigned these cards, so I will have updates next month on these.
Below is an updated summary:
For items purchased in 2019 (denoted with a “*”), the “cost” column represents the ending 2019 inventory valuation. For items purchased in 2020, the cost column is the cost. In the Google Sheet I included an in-depth P&L with full results and 2019 details.
Item Cost* Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1936 Goudey Lot (8) 50.00 56.50 (8.48) - (1.98)
Hank Aaron "Odd-Ball" Collection 150.00 777.29 (116.59) - 510.70
(16) Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb 1,300.00 1,708.52 (256.28) - 152.24
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's lot 250.00 299.50 (44.93) - 4.57
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6) 250.00 380.00 (57.00) - 73.00
1957 Swift Meats Game Complete Set (18) 800.00 680.00 (102.00) (222.00)
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection 500.00 1,528.51 (229.28) - 799.23
1933-1989 Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard (650+) 400.00 1,918.01 (287.70) - 1,230.31
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Group (33) 800.00 2,859.83 (428.97) 100.00 1,730.86
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100) 1,270.80 1,136.24 (170.44) 500.00 195.00
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Lot (45+) 500.00 287.26 (43.09) 400.00 144.17
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16) 1,000.00 2,747.85 (412.18) 150.00 1,485.67
1956-1959 Baseball Star Collection (48) 1,130.00 322.04 (48.31) 900.00 43.73
1961-1969 Baseball Star Collection (61) 804.95 257.78 (38.67) 600.00 14.16
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26) 1,400.00 399.50 (59.93) 1,050.00 (10.43)
Lot of (4) Signed Perez-Steele Postcards 676.59 - 676.59 -
1950's-1980's Football Wrapper Lot (42) 920.00 1,944.23 (291.63) 732.60
1953 Topps Partial Set (208) 1,472.00 2,855.13 (428.27) 100.00 1,054.86
1953-55 Dormand Postcard Set (47/52) 685.00 804.85 (120.73) 250.00 249.12
1959 & 1960 Venezuela Topps Lot (34) 216.00 58.66 (8.80) 200.00 33.86
1959 Topps Baseball High Grade Set 1,557.30 1,132.80 (169.92) 1,000.00 405.58
1970 Topps Super Proofs Lot (12) 405.41 493.75 (74.06) 200.00 214.28
1887 Allen & Ginter Boxing Lot (14) 403.40 403.40 -
1954 Topps Starter Set (119/250) 662.22 707.50 (106.13) 500.00 439.16
1947 Bond Bread Jackie Robinson Lot (6) 2,220.00 2,125.00 (318.75) 1,480.00 1,066.25
1934 R310 Butterfinger Ruth & Gehrig Lot (2) 720.00 720.00 -
1959 Topps Baseball Near Set (571/572) 3,620.00 3,620.00 -
1973 Topps Complete Set 2,512.40 6,347.41 (952.11) 600.00 3,482.90
1961 Topps PSA Graded Set 5,791.60 11,445.51 (1,716.83) 100.00 4,037.08
2013 Bowman Chrome Judge Black Wave Auto 1,940.00 1,940.00 -
1961-1982 Signed Card Lot (19) 1,364.40 1,120.00 (168.00) 800.00 387.60
35,772.07 44,393.67 (6,659.05) 16,289.99 18,252.54
*-denotes inventory purchased in 2019 valued at 2019 y/e figures. ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
2020 Grading Fees`: $2,944.79
Current On Hand
Cash: $5,588.15
Inventory See the Google sheet
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like, see below. With 2019 officially in the book, I moved the final 2019 financial statement over for a year-over-year comparison:
As of 8/25/2020 2020 YTD 2019 Final
Cash $5,588.15 $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $6,743.43 $-
Inventory^ 16,289.99 $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($2,886.54) ($1,858.62)
Retained Earnings ($9,262.28) $-
Initial Capital ($1,165.00) ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($44,393.67) ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $19,482.08 $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $6,659.05 $5,956.97
Grading Fees $2,944.79 $2,360.93
FORECAST
My goal is $20,000 profit for the year. Right now I’m $15,307.75 – PSA has dramatically slowed turnover, but I am definitely on pace to hit my goal, gross margins are up in 2020 compared to 2019 (56.1% vs. 43.8%) and net margins are also up (34.5% vs 23.1%). Sales more than doubled since the last installment and with orders finally coming back from PSA, I should continue to see steady sales.
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.08.26 15:20 MachiavellianFuck Baseball Card Flipping Project - Part 16

Hey guys!
It has been FOREVER since my last update and a ton has happened. Sorry for the long post, but hopefully some people appreciate a detailed dive into everything.
A really really really brief recap of the past fifteen parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165 with the goal of making $10,000 in one year. In 2019, I had bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. In 2019, I ended with a final profit of $9,262.28 – a tad bit short of my goal. In 2020, my goal is $20,000 (fitting). Using my margins from 2019, I would need to sell around $85k in cards.
You can find the previous installment here
PERSONAL UPDATE
First, I hope everyone is doing well and staying sane. It has been an absolutely wild three months for me, I found out I’m going to be an uncle, I got a cat and I decided I was going to propose to my girlfriend this weekend! I have still been keeping up with this project, the prices for baseball cards have absolutely skyrocketed over the past couple months, so there hasn’t been the same amount of buying as usual. I am going insane with working from home and trying to keep my head above water with everything, but flipping has been (at times) a nice escape. I am fortunate enough to be flipping something that I am passionate about, baseball cards, so I am able to enjoy this and see a lot of neat cards along the way.
In that spirit I have decided to begin keeping some cards for my personal collection as I go along. I read somewhere an interesting method of collecting, reducing your collection to 25 cards. I wanted to give it a shot with a bit of a twist, I want to keep a collection of 25 cards, but still make a profit along the way. So a couple ground rules I set for myself: * The collection is limited to vintage baseball cards (generally 1980’s and older). This was my first collecting passion and I’d like to try to keep to it.
So, without further ado, here are the first four cards in this project. The 1949 Berra came from the Yogi Berra lot I bought from SCP in January. The grades finally came back last week and I did very well on a few cards, so I felt that I deserved to spoil myself a bit. The 1949 Bowman set holds a special spot in my heart for me, my best flip ever was a group of 1949 Bowman cards I purchased for $300 which included a Jackie Robinson rookie that graded PSA 8! I sold it for over $10k. This Yogi Berra card is well centered, nice registration and a great mid-grade example of a baseball icon. I love it. The Ted Williams card and the Willie Mays both came from the December Heritage lot that I had purchased. PSA took FOREVER on this order. I was a little disappointed in the overall grades, but am confident I will turn a profit. The 1956 Topps Ted Williams is such a cool card and a staple in post-war collecting. The Mays I always liked – it’s a little beat up, but the centering is near perfect and the color looks sharp. Finally, I nabbed the 1969 Yaz. This was mostly done because I love the set. 1969 Topps was the last set to feature Mickey Mantle, something that I think goes underappreciated. The set design has always been pretty crisp, it has a couple great rookies and great all-star rookie cards. I’m a fan. Anyways! None of these cards are permanent, I can sell them at any time, but I’d imagine they will be in the collection a while.
Purchased
What Sold
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
PSA is still extremely backlogged. For this project, I have 276 items with them. Luckily I was able to get quite a few cards back from them recently! As I previously mentioned, I received back the Yogi Berra cards I sent them in January and the Heritage cards I sent in December. Overall I am happy enough with the grades. I think they were fair on the Berra cards and they were rough on the Heritage cards (they were separate orders). I already listed or consigned these cards, so I will have updates next month on these.
Below is an updated summary:
For items purchased in 2019 (denoted with a “*”), the “cost” column represents the ending 2019 inventory valuation. For items purchased in 2020, the cost column is the cost. In the Google Sheet I included an in-depth P&L with full results and 2019 details.
Item Cost* Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1936 Goudey Lot (8) 50.00 56.50 (8.48) - (1.98)
Hank Aaron "Odd-Ball" Collection 150.00 777.29 (116.59) - 510.70
(16) Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb 1,300.00 1,708.52 (256.28) - 152.24
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's lot 250.00 299.50 (44.93) - 4.57
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6) 250.00 380.00 (57.00) - 73.00
1957 Swift Meats Game Complete Set (18) 800.00 680.00 (102.00) (222.00)
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection 500.00 1,528.51 (229.28) - 799.23
1933-1989 Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard (650+) 400.00 1,918.01 (287.70) - 1,230.31
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Group (33) 800.00 2,859.83 (428.97) 100.00 1,730.86
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100) 1,270.80 1,136.24 (170.44) 500.00 195.00
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Lot (45+) 500.00 287.26 (43.09) 400.00 144.17
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16) 1,000.00 2,747.85 (412.18) 150.00 1,485.67
1956-1959 Baseball Star Collection (48) 1,130.00 322.04 (48.31) 900.00 43.73
1961-1969 Baseball Star Collection (61) 804.95 257.78 (38.67) 600.00 14.16
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26) 1,400.00 399.50 (59.93) 1,050.00 (10.43)
Lot of (4) Signed Perez-Steele Postcards 676.59 - 676.59 -
1950's-1980's Football Wrapper Lot (42) 920.00 1,944.23 (291.63) 732.60
1953 Topps Partial Set (208) 1,472.00 2,855.13 (428.27) 100.00 1,054.86
1953-55 Dormand Postcard Set (47/52) 685.00 804.85 (120.73) 250.00 249.12
1959 & 1960 Venezuela Topps Lot (34) 216.00 58.66 (8.80) 200.00 33.86
1959 Topps Baseball High Grade Set 1,557.30 1,132.80 (169.92) 1,000.00 405.58
1970 Topps Super Proofs Lot (12) 405.41 493.75 (74.06) 200.00 214.28
1887 Allen & Ginter Boxing Lot (14) 403.40 403.40 -
1954 Topps Starter Set (119/250) 662.22 707.50 (106.13) 500.00 439.16
1947 Bond Bread Jackie Robinson Lot (6) 2,220.00 2,125.00 (318.75) 1,480.00 1,066.25
1934 R310 Butterfinger Ruth & Gehrig Lot (2) 720.00 720.00 -
1959 Topps Baseball Near Set (571/572) 3,620.00 3,620.00 -
1973 Topps Complete Set 2,512.40 6,347.41 (952.11) 600.00 3,482.90
1961 Topps PSA Graded Set 5,791.60 11,445.51 (1,716.83) 100.00 4,037.08
2013 Bowman Chrome Judge Black Wave Auto 1,940.00 1,940.00 -
1961-1982 Signed Card Lot (19) 1,364.40 1,120.00 (168.00) 800.00 387.60
35,772.07 44,393.67 (6,659.05) 16,289.99 18,252.54
*-denotes inventory purchased in 2019 valued at 2019 y/e figures. ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
2020 Grading Fees`: $2,944.79
Current On Hand
Cash: $5,588.15
Inventory See the Google sheet
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like, see below. With 2019 officially in the book, I moved the final 2019 financial statement over for a year-over-year comparison:
As of 8/25/2020 2020 YTD 2019 Final
Cash $5,588.15 $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $6,743.43 $-
Inventory^ 16,289.99 $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($2,886.54) ($1,858.62)
Retained Earnings ($9,262.28) $-
Initial Capital ($1,165.00) ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($44,393.67) ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $19,482.08 $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $6,659.05 $5,956.97
Grading Fees $2,944.79 $2,360.93
FORECAST
My goal is $20,000 profit for the year. Right now I’m $15,307.75 – PSA has dramatically slowed turnover, but I am definitely on pace to hit my goal, gross margins are up in 2020 compared to 2019 (56.1% vs. 43.8%) and net margins are also up (34.5% vs 23.1%). Sales more than doubled since the last installment and with orders finally coming back from PSA, I should continue to see steady sales.
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.08.26 15:18 MachiavellianFuck Baseball Card Flipping Project - Part 16

Hey guys!
It has been FOREVER since my last update and a ton has happened. Sorry for the long post, but hopefully some people appreciate a detailed dive into everything.
A really really really brief recap of the past fifteen parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165 with the goal of making $10,000 in one year. In 2019, I had bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. In 2019, I ended with a final profit of $9,262.28 – a tad bit short of my goal. In 2020, my goal is $20,000 (fitting). Using my margins from 2019, I would need to sell around $85k in cards.
You can find the previous installment here
PERSONAL UPDATE
First, I hope everyone is doing well and staying sane. It has been an absolutely wild three months for me, I found out I’m going to be an uncle, I got a cat and I decided I was going to propose to my girlfriend this weekend! I have still been keeping up with this project, the prices for baseball cards have absolutely skyrocketed over the past couple months, so there hasn’t been the same amount of buying as usual. I am going insane with working from home and trying to keep my head above water with everything, but flipping has been (at times) a nice escape. I am fortunate enough to be flipping something that I am passionate about, baseball cards, so I am able to enjoy this and see a lot of neat cards along the way.
In that spirit I have decided to begin keeping some cards for my personal collection as I go along. I read somewhere an interesting method of collecting, reducing your collection to 25 cards. I wanted to give it a shot with a bit of a twist, I want to keep a collection of 25 cards, but still make a profit along the way. So a couple ground rules I set for myself: * The collection is limited to vintage baseball cards (generally 1980’s and older). This was my first collecting passion and I’d like to try to keep to it.
So, without further ado, here are the first four cards in this project. The 1949 Berra came from the Yogi Berra lot I bought from SCP in January. The grades finally came back last week and I did very well on a few cards, so I felt that I deserved to spoil myself a bit. The 1949 Bowman set holds a special spot in my heart for me, my best flip ever was a group of 1949 Bowman cards I purchased for $300 which included a Jackie Robinson rookie that graded PSA 8! I sold it for over $10k. This Yogi Berra card is well centered, nice registration and a great mid-grade example of a baseball icon. I love it. The Ted Williams card and the Willie Mays both came from the December Heritage lot that I had purchased. PSA took FOREVER on this order. I was a little disappointed in the overall grades, but am confident I will turn a profit. The 1956 Topps Ted Williams is such a cool card and a staple in post-war collecting. The Mays I always liked – it’s a little beat up, but the centering is near perfect and the color looks sharp. Finally, I nabbed the 1969 Yaz. This was mostly done because I love the set. 1969 Topps was the last set to feature Mickey Mantle, something that I think goes underappreciated. The set design has always been pretty crisp, it has a couple great rookies and great all-star rookie cards. I’m a fan. Anyways! None of these cards are permanent, I can sell them at any time, but I’d imagine they will be in the collection a while.
Purchased
What Sold
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
PSA is still extremely backlogged. For this project, I have 276 items with them. Luckily I was able to get quite a few cards back from them recently! As I previously mentioned, I received back the Yogi Berra cards I sent them in January and the Heritage cards I sent in December. Overall I am happy enough with the grades. I think they were fair on the Berra cards and they were rough on the Heritage cards (they were separate orders). I already listed or consigned these cards, so I will have updates next month on these.
Below is an updated summary:
For items purchased in 2019 (denoted with a “*”), the “cost” column represents the ending 2019 inventory valuation. For items purchased in 2020, the cost column is the cost. In the Google Sheet I included an in-depth P&L with full results and 2019 details.
Item Cost* Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1936 Goudey Lot (8) 50.00 56.50 (8.48) - (1.98)
Hank Aaron "Odd-Ball" Collection 150.00 777.29 (116.59) - 510.70
(16) Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb 1,300.00 1,708.52 (256.28) - 152.24
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's lot 250.00 299.50 (44.93) - 4.57
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6) 250.00 380.00 (57.00) - 73.00
1957 Swift Meats Game Complete Set (18) 800.00 680.00 (102.00) (222.00)
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection 500.00 1,528.51 (229.28) - 799.23
1933-1989 Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard (650+) 400.00 1,918.01 (287.70) - 1,230.31
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Group (33) 800.00 2,859.83 (428.97) 100.00 1,730.86
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100) 1,270.80 1,136.24 (170.44) 500.00 195.00
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Lot (45+) 500.00 287.26 (43.09) 400.00 144.17
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16) 1,000.00 2,747.85 (412.18) 150.00 1,485.67
1956-1959 Baseball Star Collection (48) 1,130.00 322.04 (48.31) 900.00 43.73
1961-1969 Baseball Star Collection (61) 804.95 257.78 (38.67) 600.00 14.16
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26) 1,400.00 399.50 (59.93) 1,050.00 (10.43)
Lot of (4) Signed Perez-Steele Postcards 676.59 - 676.59 -
1950's-1980's Football Wrapper Lot (42) 920.00 1,944.23 (291.63) 732.60
1953 Topps Partial Set (208) 1,472.00 2,855.13 (428.27) 100.00 1,054.86
1953-55 Dormand Postcard Set (47/52) 685.00 804.85 (120.73) 250.00 249.12
1959 & 1960 Venezuela Topps Lot (34) 216.00 58.66 (8.80) 200.00 33.86
1959 Topps Baseball High Grade Set 1,557.30 1,132.80 (169.92) 1,000.00 405.58
1970 Topps Super Proofs Lot (12) 405.41 493.75 (74.06) 200.00 214.28
1887 Allen & Ginter Boxing Lot (14) 403.40 403.40 -
1954 Topps Starter Set (119/250) 662.22 707.50 (106.13) 500.00 439.16
1947 Bond Bread Jackie Robinson Lot (6) 2,220.00 2,125.00 (318.75) 1,480.00 1,066.25
1934 R310 Butterfinger Ruth & Gehrig Lot (2) 720.00 720.00 -
1959 Topps Baseball Near Set (571/572) 3,620.00 3,620.00 -
1973 Topps Complete Set 2,512.40 6,347.41 (952.11) 600.00 3,482.90
1961 Topps PSA Graded Set 5,791.60 11,445.51 (1,716.83) 100.00 4,037.08
2013 Bowman Chrome Judge Black Wave Auto 1,940.00 1,940.00 -
1961-1982 Signed Card Lot (19) 1,364.40 1,120.00 (168.00) 800.00 387.60
35,772.07 44,393.67 (6,659.05) 16,289.99 18,252.54
*-denotes inventory purchased in 2019 valued at 2019 y/e figures. ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
2020 Grading Fees`: $2,944.79
Current On Hand
Cash: $5,588.15
Inventory See the Google sheet
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like, see below. With 2019 officially in the book, I moved the final 2019 financial statement over for a year-over-year comparison:
As of 8/25/2020 2020 YTD 2019 Final
Cash $5,588.15 $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $6,743.43 $-
Inventory^ 16,289.99 $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($2,886.54) ($1,858.62)
Retained Earnings ($9,262.28) $-
Initial Capital ($1,165.00) ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($44,393.67) ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $19,482.08 $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $6,659.05 $5,956.97
Grading Fees $2,944.79 $2,360.93
FORECAST
My goal is $20,000 profit for the year. Right now I’m $15,307.75 – PSA has dramatically slowed turnover, but I am definitely on pace to hit my goal, gross margins are up in 2020 compared to 2019 (56.1% vs. 43.8%) and net margins are also up (34.5% vs 23.1%). Sales more than doubled since the last installment and with orders finally coming back from PSA, I should continue to see steady sales.
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.07.11 12:56 dsigal SWCT White Elephant Exchange is A Go!!

And we're live!! Ok, so here is how this will work. We have 80 participants! (up from 46 last year) I have randomized the list to create a turn order. I will post the turn order below and will keep it updated with which cards have been picked and how many times they've been stolen.
When it is your turn to make a pick, I will tag you in a comment below. Please respond to that comment with either the card you want to steal or if you want a random unpicked card assigned to you. You will not know what unpicked cards are available. Note. A card can only be stolen 3 times. Once it is stolen a third time it is locked into that participant! There will be a 12 hour time limit, after that, I will just randomly assign you a card. If you have a card stolen, I will also tag you in a comment to let you know it's been stolen and what your new randomly assigned card is.
New rule this year, the person with first pick, also gets the last chance to steal.
A couple important notes. Listen, there is a disparity in the cards available. No one was cheap. I can ensure you that everyone gave what they could afford to give and some people just chose to be very generous. That being said, some people are going to end up with nicer cards than others. Just keep in mind, coming away with a great card is not the point. The point is to generate some fun in the sub. Which leads into my second point. Have fun!! Please don't be afraid to embrace the game and steal a card from someone if there is a card out there you want!! That's the fun of it! No one will get upset!
Edit - Full disclosure there was one person who signed up in time who I originally did not put in the list, so i did a random number generator between 1-79, it came up 16, so I inserted them in spot 16. Game on!!
Edit 2 - We are down to 79 participants. One person who had signed up got banned and cannot send their card. That person had not picked yet, but their card had been picked. It was not a card that had been stolen by anyone. I notified the recipient that it had been replaced with the 5cc Pink 2019 Boss Lyonie. The game continues!!
Ok! The turn order and up to date results:
  1. ohitsmark - Purple WoSW Jyn Sig
  2. fasttrooper2 - Naboo 2018 - battle of Naboo award - 461cc.
  3. stormshadow1997 - 236 cc Super Rare masterwork Quinlan Vos
  4. camlov3 - 4 Making of Monday Awards
  5. ndodpgk16 - Gold ANH Fractured Greedo
  6. thegeek100 - Rose Tico Tunic Fabric Swatch
  7. dark_cloak124 - 2016 Color Film Quote "I Hate You!"
  8. starwarsmads - orange jarek yeager heroes
  9. mcquarrieskid - Black WoSW Numa Sig
  10. annominous27 - Hoth Prime
  11. kasper11 - 2016 Red Physical Redemption Maul
  12. robmfuller - 10cc Series 4 Purple Galaxy Baze Malbus
  13. sntrooper - Green Rey Boot Relic
  14. zodalx - silver Fractured RoS BB-8 (47cc)
  15. mzrebekah - 2018 CTI series 6 gray C3-PO & R2-D2
  16. Fro70 - Series 3 1cc Mustafar Ten Numb (LOCKED)
  17. navyseal12rock - 2020 Topps chrome legacy marvel covers, Lando 5, wave award, orange variant cc120.
  18. submarker - General Veers Transmission Motion Sig
  19. monkeyvain - Transmission Motion Lando Sig
  20. xd__merc - 25cc Nien Numb Red Chrome Legacy Sig (stolen once)
  21. thoroakenfelder - Lando Essential (LOCKED)
  22. pavemental - 2015 The Force Awakens Premiere Phasma
  23. hearderofnerf - Ranzar Malk Green Bounty
  24. bossk_lunch - Jon "Dutch" Vander Widevision Sig
  25. tex_oz - 5cc Pink 2018 Boss Lyonie base
  26. iadamzy123 - Clone Wars Darth Maul Red Sig Award (LOCKED)
  27. dunctk421 - 2017 50cc Tim Rose Celebration Sig
  28. miltonfett - Asajj Ventress Navy Sig
  29. bigdaddybert - Red Lando 8-bit award
  30. tedsallis - 2015 Gold Geonosis Reek (Locked)
  31. jordy_ajax - Red Rey Forces of Destiny 50cc (Stolen Once)
  32. carellex - Jabba's Palace Boba Fett Red Variant (Stolen Once)
  33. asmondo - Red 2015 ESB Illustrated Card 22 "Inside The Shelter"
  34. darthlevi - MTFBWY Orange 4 300cc
  35. middross - Lando Transmission Motion Sig
  36. doomcooky90 - Black Masterwork Ray Park Sig
  37. tronpolychord - Kylo Ren Relic Marathon Wave Award
  38. sashas_dad (daughter) - Mother Talzin MW 100cc
  39. ihawk98 - Black Tallie Stellar Sig
  40. madmack29 - Black Aayla/Shakti WoSW Dual Sig
  41. vintagekenwood - Rukh 25cc Gold Galactic Files
  42. madscidek - 2020 Masterwork Rey Sig Super Rare
  43. throwback22 - Series 5 Han Solo Galaxy Variant (3cc) ID 60170 (LOCKED)
  44. behinderkeit - General Grievous Black Galactic Heritage Award card.
  45. ewillis3250 - 2020 marathon silver droid wave award bb-8
  46. seldenpat1 - Vintage Luke Preps (LOCKED)
  47. quickdraw_eddie - Black Leia and Rey Powerful Pairs
  48. pulmyfinger116 - 2015 Geonosis Acklay Yellow
  49. markb50k - Mace Windu Lightsaber Warrior (LOCKED)
  50. qwertybadger - The Phantom Menace - Concept Art 100cc
  51. mfitz8530 - Jon (Dutch) Vander Widevision
  52. forcevampire - Wilhuf Tarkin Sig 10cc (LOCKED)
  53. realpacholo - 25cc Easter Varian 2019 Millennium Falcon
  54. kotterjetta - Green Val Galaxy at War
  55. darthalbon - Darth Vader Gold Masterworks The Dark Side 91cc
  56. worldofed - Derek Arnold and Nick Kellington epic sig 2020 Masterwork set
  57. zonkeydoesit - Vintage Falcon Repairs (Stolen Once)
  58. PFC2 - 2019 4cc Quiggold Base (LOCKED)
  59. oceanviewparadise23 - Kylo Ren Kinetic Signature (180cc)
  60. s2ladha2 - Galactic Heritage - Star Wars Resistance - Kazuda Xiono
  61. godflesh101 - Prime Chewbacca and Han Solo
  62. diabetes66666 - Inception Snoke 400cc
  63. kmomila - James arnold Taylor live signature #2
  64. vortex750 - 2017 Old Man Luke 5cc BV (LOCKED)
  65. grievous_girl - Black Moments Edge Luke Skywalker (Stolen Once)
  66. jimmyj4m - 2018 Grey Boba Fett CTI
  67. wattsup1973 - CTI series 2 2015 Chewbacca Gray variant
  68. startriple - Badges of War Pack Art
  69. obdaog - Plo Koon & Ahsoka Tano 2017 Monument (LOCKED)
  70. dull_blade - Del Rey Dark Disciples (Stolen Once)
  71. ok_transportation340 - Del Rey Aftermath (Stolen Once)
  72. lukeskies - Red Stellar Rey Sig (Stolen Once)
  73. ac_the_destroyer - Heritage Kaz Xiono Sig 45cc
  74. laurelwreaths - 2018 Women of Star Wars series 2 marathon Aurra Sing
  75. sashas_dad - Purple Yoda on Dagobah CTI (LOCKED)
  76. ribors - Vintage 4 Duel in the Waves Dual Signature (250cc) (Stolen Once)
  77. itsabluesquake - 2019 Gray base variants Thala-Siren (Stolen Twice)
  78. fightinyoda - “Collages - Republic Attack Gunship - Vehicle”
  79. hazmat_corntail - 2019 Pink General Organa Base and 2016 Green Rust General Organa Base (Stolen Twice)
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2020.05.18 18:27 MachiavellianFuck Baseball Card Flipping Project - Part 15

Hey guys!
It has been a little over a month since my last update and a TON has happened. Sorry for the long post, but hopefully some people appreciate a detailed dive into everything.
A really really really brief recap of the past fourteen parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165 with the goal of making $10,000 in one year. In 2019, I had bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. In 2019, I ended with a final profit of $9,262.28 – a tad bit short of my goal. In 2020, my goal is $20,000 (fitting). Using my margins from 2019, I would need to sell around $85k in cards.
You can find the previous installment here
COVID-19 UPDATE
First, I hope everyone is safe and inside. I am fortunate enough to be working from home and busier than ever – I do mostly forecasting and budgeting for a company in Manhattan, so it has been very busy on my end trying to keep pace with everything that is changing.
I’m going a little stir crazy here in my one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan. With the business, things have largely been unaffected. Some auction houses have pushed their auctions by a few weeks, I’m seeing a slight uptick in sales and have tried to use the time to go through some old inventory. The biggest disruption has been with PSA. PSA (as of now) is back and operating at limited capacity. I have well over 1,000 cards with them (over 300 for this project alone) and am experiencing significant delays which has had a negative impact on cash flows and inventory turnover. Luckily, it’s not a huge deal for me, but for this project – which has a limited budget and a large amount of inventory sitting with PSA, it’s frustrating.
The strategy is to continue sending material to PSA and continue trying to focus on items that can be sold without grading. I’ve also been breaking up some orders into multiple submissions when possible. The working theory on my end is that if each PSA order takes 20-30 weeks to fulfill and I have 20-30 orders with them at any one time, I should get an order each week fulfilled. Right now I have 19 orders with them.
Purchased
What Sold
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
PSA is back running at limited capacity. They used this crisis to change up their submission model – before you could submit all types of cards together in one order (vintage baseball, modern baseball, Pokemon, etc). Now, they are requiring you to submit trading card games separate from sports. They are also asking you to submit vintage cards separate from modern and “ultra modern.” It makes submitting a little more tedious, but sounds like a reasonable request. Nothing has really moved since the last installment, but I will keep everyone posted.
Below is an updated summary:
For items purchased in 2019 (denoted with a “*”), the “cost” column represents the ending 2019 inventory valuation. For items purchased in 2020, the cost column is the cost. In the Google Sheet I included an in-depth P&L with full results and 2019 details.
Item Cost* Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1936 Goudey Lot (8)* 50.00 56.50 (8.48) - (1.98)
Hank Aaron "Odd-Ball" Collection* 150.00 777.29 (116.59) - 510.70
(16) Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb* 1,300.00 1,708.52 (256.28) - 152.24
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's lot* 250.00 299.50 (44.93) - 4.57
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6)* 250.00 380.00 (57.00) - 73.00
1957 Swift Meats Game Set (18)* 800.00 680.00 (102.00) - (222.00)
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection* 500.00 1,265.51 (189.83) 150.00 725.68
1933-1989 Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard (650+)* 400.00 1,350.99 (202.65) 250.00 998.34
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Group (33)* 800.00 475.89 (71.38) 450.00 54.51
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100)* 1,270.80 702.50 (105.38) 700.00 26.33
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Lot (45+)* 500.00 287.26 (43.09) 400.00 144.17
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16)* 1,000.00 1,516.75 (227.52) 600.00 889.24
1956-1959 Baseball Star Collection (48)* 1,130.00 167.04 (25.06) 1,000.00 11.98
1961-1969 Baseball Star Collection (61)* 804.95 257.78 (38.67) 600.00 14.16
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26)* 1,400.00 399.50 (59.93) 1,050.00 (10.43)
Lot of (4) Signed Perez-Steele Postcards 676.59 - - 676.59 -
1950's-1980's Football Wrapper Lot (42) 920.00 1,160.51 (174.08) 300.00 366.43
1953 Topps Partial Set (208) 1,472.00 2,855.13 (428.27) 150.00 1,104.86
1953-55 Dormand Postcard Set (47/52) 685.00 804.85 (120.73) 250.00 249.12
1959 & 1960 Venezuela Topps Lot (34) 216.00 58.66 (8.80) 200.00 33.86
1959 Topps Baseball High Grade Set 1,557.30 1,132.80 (169.92) 1,000.00 405.58
1970 Topps Super Proofs Lot (12) 405.41 423.75 (63.56) 200.00 154.78
1887 Allen & Ginter Boxing Lot (14) 403.40 - - 403.40 -
1954 Topps Starter Set (119/250) 662.22 - - 662.22 -
1947 Bond Bread Jackie Robinson Lot (6) 2,220.00 1,200.00 (180.00) 1,850.00 650.00
1934 R310 Butterfinger Ruth & Gehrig Lot (2) 720.00 - - 720.00 -
1959 Topps Baseball Near Set (571/572) 3,620.00 - - 3,620.00 -
1973 Topps Complete Set 2,512.40 - - 2,512.40 -
$26,676.07 $17,960.73 ($2,694.11) $17,744.61 $6,335.16
*-denotes inventory purchased in 2019 valued at 2019 y/e figures. ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
2020 Grading Fees`: $2,070.18
Current On Hand
Cash: $382.19
Inventory See the Google sheet
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like, see below. With 2019 officially in the book, I moved the final 2019 financial statement over for a year-over-year comparison:
As of 5/18/2020 2020 YTD 2019 Final
Cash $382.19 $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $- $-
Inventory^ 17,744.61 $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($3,434.53) ($1,858.62)
Retained Earnings ($9,262.28) $-
Initial Capital ($1,165.00) ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($17,960.73) ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $8,931.46 $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $2,694.11 $5,956.97
Grading Fees $2,070.18 $2,360.93
FORECAST
My goal is $20,000 profit for the year. Right now I’m only at $4,264.98 – PSA has dramatically slowed turnover, but I am still hopeful to hit my original goal, gross margins are up in 2020 compared to 2019 (50.3% vs. 43.8%) and net margins are also up (23.7% vs 23.1%). Sales more than doubled since the last installment and with the current margins, existing inventory levels represent approximately $35.7k in revenue and $8.4k in net profit. I just need to get it sold.
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.05.18 18:26 MachiavellianFuck Flipping Project - Part 15

Hey guys!
It has been a little over a month since my last update and a TON has happened. Sorry for the long post, but hopefully some people appreciate a detailed dive into everything.
A really really really brief recap of the past fourteen parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165 with the goal of making $10,000 in one year. In 2019, I had bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. In 2019, I ended with a final profit of $9,262.28 – a tad bit short of my goal. In 2020, my goal is $20,000 (fitting). Using my margins from 2019, I would need to sell around $85k in cards.
You can find the previous installment here
COVID-19 UPDATE
First, I hope everyone is safe and inside. I am fortunate enough to be working from home and busier than ever – I do mostly forecasting and budgeting for a company in Manhattan, so it has been very busy on my end trying to keep pace with everything that is changing.
I’m going a little stir crazy here in my one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan. With the business, things have largely been unaffected. Some auction houses have pushed their auctions by a few weeks, I’m seeing a slight uptick in sales and have tried to use the time to go through some old inventory. The biggest disruption has been with PSA. PSA (as of now) is back and operating at limited capacity. I have well over 1,000 cards with them (over 300 for this project alone) and am experiencing significant delays which has had a negative impact on cash flows and inventory turnover. Luckily, it’s not a huge deal for me, but for this project – which has a limited budget and a large amount of inventory sitting with PSA, it’s frustrating.
The strategy is to continue sending material to PSA and continue trying to focus on items that can be sold without grading. I’ve also been breaking up some orders into multiple submissions when possible. The working theory on my end is that if each PSA order takes 20-30 weeks to fulfill and I have 20-30 orders with them at any one time, I should get an order each week fulfilled. Right now I have 19 orders with them.
Purchased
What Sold
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
PSA is back running at limited capacity. They used this crisis to change up their submission model – before you could submit all types of cards together in one order (vintage baseball, modern baseball, Pokemon, etc). Now, they are requiring you to submit trading card games separate from sports. They are also asking you to submit vintage cards separate from modern and “ultra modern.” It makes submitting a little more tedious, but sounds like a reasonable request. Nothing has really moved since the last installment, but I will keep everyone posted.
Below is an updated summary:
For items purchased in 2019 (denoted with a “*”), the “cost” column represents the ending 2019 inventory valuation. For items purchased in 2020, the cost column is the cost. In the Google Sheet I included an in-depth P&L with full results and 2019 details.
Item Cost* Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1936 Goudey Lot (8)* 50.00 56.50 (8.48) - (1.98)
Hank Aaron "Odd-Ball" Collection* 150.00 777.29 (116.59) - 510.70
(16) Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb* 1,300.00 1,708.52 (256.28) - 152.24
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's lot* 250.00 299.50 (44.93) - 4.57
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6)* 250.00 380.00 (57.00) - 73.00
1957 Swift Meats Game Set (18)* 800.00 680.00 (102.00) - (222.00)
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection* 500.00 1,265.51 (189.83) 150.00 725.68
1933-1989 Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard (650+)* 400.00 1,350.99 (202.65) 250.00 998.34
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Group (33)* 800.00 475.89 (71.38) 450.00 54.51
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100)* 1,270.80 702.50 (105.38) 700.00 26.33
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Lot (45+)* 500.00 287.26 (43.09) 400.00 144.17
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16)* 1,000.00 1,516.75 (227.52) 600.00 889.24
1956-1959 Baseball Star Collection (48)* 1,130.00 167.04 (25.06) 1,000.00 11.98
1961-1969 Baseball Star Collection (61)* 804.95 257.78 (38.67) 600.00 14.16
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26)* 1,400.00 399.50 (59.93) 1,050.00 (10.43)
Lot of (4) Signed Perez-Steele Postcards 676.59 - - 676.59 -
1950's-1980's Football Wrapper Lot (42) 920.00 1,160.51 (174.08) 300.00 366.43
1953 Topps Partial Set (208) 1,472.00 2,855.13 (428.27) 150.00 1,104.86
1953-55 Dormand Postcard Set (47/52) 685.00 804.85 (120.73) 250.00 249.12
1959 & 1960 Venezuela Topps Lot (34) 216.00 58.66 (8.80) 200.00 33.86
1959 Topps Baseball High Grade Set 1,557.30 1,132.80 (169.92) 1,000.00 405.58
1970 Topps Super Proofs Lot (12) 405.41 423.75 (63.56) 200.00 154.78
1887 Allen & Ginter Boxing Lot (14) 403.40 - - 403.40 -
1954 Topps Starter Set (119/250) 662.22 - - 662.22 -
1947 Bond Bread Jackie Robinson Lot (6) 2,220.00 1,200.00 (180.00) 1,850.00 650.00
1934 R310 Butterfinger Ruth & Gehrig Lot (2) 720.00 - - 720.00 -
1959 Topps Baseball Near Set (571/572) 3,620.00 - - 3,620.00 -
1973 Topps Complete Set 2,512.40 - - 2,512.40 -
$26,676.07 $17,960.73 ($2,694.11) $17,744.61 $6,335.16
*-denotes inventory purchased in 2019 valued at 2019 y/e figures. ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
2020 Grading Fees`: $2,070.18
Current On Hand
Cash: $382.19
Inventory See the Google sheet
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like, see below. With 2019 officially in the book, I moved the final 2019 financial statement over for a year-over-year comparison:
As of 5/18/2020 2020 YTD 2019 Final
Cash $382.19 $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $- $-
Inventory^ 17,744.61 $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($3,434.53) ($1,858.62)
Retained Earnings ($9,262.28) $-
Initial Capital ($1,165.00) ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($17,960.73) ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $8,931.46 $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $2,694.11 $5,956.97
Grading Fees $2,070.18 $2,360.93
FORECAST
My goal is $20,000 profit for the year. Right now I’m only at $4,264.98 – PSA has dramatically slowed turnover, but I am still hopeful to hit my original goal, gross margins are up in 2020 compared to 2019 (50.3% vs. 43.8%) and net margins are also up (23.7% vs 23.1%). Sales more than doubled since the last installment and with the current margins, existing inventory levels represent approximately $35.7k in revenue and $8.4k in net profit. I just need to get it sold.
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.05.18 18:26 MachiavellianFuck Baseball Card Flipping Project - Part 15

Hey guys!
It has been a little over a month since my last update and a TON has happened. Sorry for the long post, but hopefully some people appreciate a detailed dive into everything.
A really really really brief recap of the past fourteen parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165 with the goal of making $10,000 in one year. In 2019, I had bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. In 2019, I ended with a final profit of $9,262.28 – a tad bit short of my goal. In 2020, my goal is $20,000 (fitting). Using my margins from 2019, I would need to sell around $85k in cards.
You can find the previous installment here
COVID-19 UPDATE
First, I hope everyone is safe and inside. I am fortunate enough to be working from home and busier than ever – I do mostly forecasting and budgeting for a company in Manhattan, so it has been very busy on my end trying to keep pace with everything that is changing.
I’m going a little stir crazy here in my one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan. With the business, things have largely been unaffected. Some auction houses have pushed their auctions by a few weeks, I’m seeing a slight uptick in sales and have tried to use the time to go through some old inventory. The biggest disruption has been with PSA. PSA (as of now) is back and operating at limited capacity. I have well over 1,000 cards with them (over 300 for this project alone) and am experiencing significant delays which has had a negative impact on cash flows and inventory turnover. Luckily, it’s not a huge deal for me, but for this project – which has a limited budget and a large amount of inventory sitting with PSA, it’s frustrating.
The strategy is to continue sending material to PSA and continue trying to focus on items that can be sold without grading. I’ve also been breaking up some orders into multiple submissions when possible. The working theory on my end is that if each PSA order takes 20-30 weeks to fulfill and I have 20-30 orders with them at any one time, I should get an order each week fulfilled. Right now I have 19 orders with them.
Purchased
What Sold
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
PSA is back running at limited capacity. They used this crisis to change up their submission model – before you could submit all types of cards together in one order (vintage baseball, modern baseball, Pokemon, etc). Now, they are requiring you to submit trading card games separate from sports. They are also asking you to submit vintage cards separate from modern and “ultra modern.” It makes submitting a little more tedious, but sounds like a reasonable request. Nothing has really moved since the last installment, but I will keep everyone posted.
Below is an updated summary:
For items purchased in 2019 (denoted with a “*”), the “cost” column represents the ending 2019 inventory valuation. For items purchased in 2020, the cost column is the cost. In the Google Sheet I included an in-depth P&L with full results and 2019 details.
Item Cost* Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1936 Goudey Lot (8)* 50.00 56.50 (8.48) - (1.98)
Hank Aaron "Odd-Ball" Collection* 150.00 777.29 (116.59) - 510.70
(16) Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb* 1,300.00 1,708.52 (256.28) - 152.24
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's lot* 250.00 299.50 (44.93) - 4.57
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6)* 250.00 380.00 (57.00) - 73.00
1957 Swift Meats Game Set (18)* 800.00 680.00 (102.00) - (222.00)
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection* 500.00 1,265.51 (189.83) 150.00 725.68
1933-1989 Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard (650+)* 400.00 1,350.99 (202.65) 250.00 998.34
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Group (33)* 800.00 475.89 (71.38) 450.00 54.51
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100)* 1,270.80 702.50 (105.38) 700.00 26.33
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Lot (45+)* 500.00 287.26 (43.09) 400.00 144.17
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16)* 1,000.00 1,516.75 (227.52) 600.00 889.24
1956-1959 Baseball Star Collection (48)* 1,130.00 167.04 (25.06) 1,000.00 11.98
1961-1969 Baseball Star Collection (61)* 804.95 257.78 (38.67) 600.00 14.16
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26)* 1,400.00 399.50 (59.93) 1,050.00 (10.43)
Lot of (4) Signed Perez-Steele Postcards 676.59 - - 676.59 -
1950's-1980's Football Wrapper Lot (42) 920.00 1,160.51 (174.08) 300.00 366.43
1953 Topps Partial Set (208) 1,472.00 2,855.13 (428.27) 150.00 1,104.86
1953-55 Dormand Postcard Set (47/52) 685.00 804.85 (120.73) 250.00 249.12
1959 & 1960 Venezuela Topps Lot (34) 216.00 58.66 (8.80) 200.00 33.86
1959 Topps Baseball High Grade Set 1,557.30 1,132.80 (169.92) 1,000.00 405.58
1970 Topps Super Proofs Lot (12) 405.41 423.75 (63.56) 200.00 154.78
1887 Allen & Ginter Boxing Lot (14) 403.40 - - 403.40 -
1954 Topps Starter Set (119/250) 662.22 - - 662.22 -
1947 Bond Bread Jackie Robinson Lot (6) 2,220.00 1,200.00 (180.00) 1,850.00 650.00
1934 R310 Butterfinger Ruth & Gehrig Lot (2) 720.00 - - 720.00 -
1959 Topps Baseball Near Set (571/572) 3,620.00 - - 3,620.00 -
1973 Topps Complete Set 2,512.40 - - 2,512.40 -
$26,676.07 $17,960.73 ($2,694.11) $17,744.61 $6,335.16
*-denotes inventory purchased in 2019 valued at 2019 y/e figures. ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
2020 Grading Fees`: $2,070.18
Current On Hand
Cash: $382.19
Inventory See the Google sheet
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like, see below. With 2019 officially in the book, I moved the final 2019 financial statement over for a year-over-year comparison:
As of 5/18/2020 2020 YTD 2019 Final
Cash $382.19 $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $- $-
Inventory^ 17,744.61 $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($3,434.53) ($1,858.62)
Retained Earnings ($9,262.28) $-
Initial Capital ($1,165.00) ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($17,960.73) ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $8,931.46 $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $2,694.11 $5,956.97
Grading Fees $2,070.18 $2,360.93
FORECAST
My goal is $20,000 profit for the year. Right now I’m only at $4,264.98 – PSA has dramatically slowed turnover, but I am still hopeful to hit my original goal, gross margins are up in 2020 compared to 2019 (50.3% vs. 43.8%) and net margins are also up (23.7% vs 23.1%). Sales more than doubled since the last installment and with the current margins, existing inventory levels represent approximately $35.7k in revenue and $8.4k in net profit. I just need to get it sold.
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.04.06 21:32 MachiavellianFuck Flipping Project - Part 14

Hey guys!
Sorry for the delayed update, it has been a CRAZY couple of months (as I’m sure you’re all aware). A lot has happened since my last update and I’ll try to get into a bit of everything – sorry for the long post.
A really really really brief recap of the past twelve parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165 with the goal of making $10,000 in one year. In 2019, I had bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. In 2019, I ended with a final profit of $9,262.28 – a tad bit short of my goal. In 2020, my goal is $20,000 (fitting). Using my margins from 2019, I would need to sell around $85k in cards.
You can find the previous installment here
COVID-19
First, I hope everyone is safe and inside. I am fortunate enough to be working from home and busier than ever – I do mostly forecasting and budgeting for a company in Manhattan, so it has been very busy on my end trying to keep pace with everything that is changing.
Vintage baseball cards seem largely unaffected by the crisis. The biggest disruption is the closure of PSA – a third party grading service. If you remember, I have a significant number of cards with PSA (146 as of today for this project) with an estimated value of around $6-10k that are now sitting stagnant in their warehouse. This is inventory that will significantly be delayed processing and will have a material impact on inventory turnover. I had written previously about the dangers of leaving inventory with PSA – it is a good thing that I have a diverse store and don’t leave all my eggs in that basket. Another impact COVID has had with this industry is the delay in the baseball season – this is having serious implications on the modern card market (new products are being delayed, rookies aren’t seeing price movements, etc.). Luckily, the vintage market doesn’t rely on the baseball season as much.
As of today, I have had two cancelled orders with buyers directly referencing COVID – one was a person who claimed unforeseen costs (understandable) another was a Canadian individual who ships his cards to the NY border and drives across to pick them up (which he can’t now). I have ten unpaid orders sitting right now, which is higher than usual. I’d imagine some of this may also be COVID related. Some positive impacts – everyone is home! It looks like there are a lot of older collectors stuck at home working on their collections. I am still seeing fairly robust BIN activity and auctions have done well so far. Hopefully things go back to normal sooner than later.
Purchased
What Sold
Okay, too much is selling for me to talk about everything, so I updated the GOOGLE DOC to include everything that I currently have in inventory, the status of every item and the sold price (if sold). Take a look, I’ll update it for each installment and can discuss an item you see. For now, I’ll stick to highlights.
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
PSA has asked customers not to submit anything until further notice, so I am holding on a bunch of cards. Two orders did complete before the offices closed though – the remaining tobacco cards from that July 2019 Grey Flannel auction (see how long this takes). Unsurprisingly, two more cards came back trimmed. I’m a little pissed at Grey Flannel for selling altered cards, but I knew it was a possibility. The cards were fine. Nothing crazy to report (lines 10-18 on the Google Sheet). The two more expensive Mickey Mantle cards also finished and shipped – the 1953 Topps Mantle graded a PSA 1 and the 1953 Bowman Mantle graded a PSA 2. I was really hoping for a PSA 2 and PSA 3 respectively, but can’t complain, I should do well on this group.
Below is an updated summary:
The summary has changed since the last installment. Rather than include all of the 2019 sales, I removed everything that doesn’t relate to 2020 to make it easier to read and cleaner. For items purchased in 2019 (denoted with a “*”), the “cost” column represent the ending 2019 inventory valuation. For items purchased in 2020, the cost column is the cost. In the Google Sheet I included an in depth P&L with full results and 2019 details.
Item Cost* Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1936 Goudey Lot (8)* 50.00 30.00 (4.50) 20.00 (4.50)
Hank Aaron "Odd-Ball" Collection* 150.00 777.29 (116.59) - 510.70
(16) Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb* 1,300.00 978.76 (146.81) 300.00 (168.05)
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's lot* 250.00 98.00 (14.70) 200.00 33.30
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6)* 250.00 380.00 (57.00) - 73.00
1957 Swift Meats Game Complete Set (18)* 800.00 - - 800.00 -
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection* 500.00 1,265.51 (189.83) 150.00 725.68
1933-1989 Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard (650+)* 400.00 1,023.99 (153.60) 300.00 770.39
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Group (33)* 800.00 419.34 (62.90) 500.00 56.44
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100)* 1,270.80 393.50 (59.03) 1,000.00 63.68
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Lot (45+)* 500.00 287.26 (43.09) 400.00 144.17
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16)* 1,000.00 - - 1,000.00 -
1956-1959 Baseball Star Collection (48)* 1,130.00 167.04 (25.06) 1,000.00 11.98
1961-1969 Baseball Star Collection (61)* 804.95 257.78 (38.67) 600.00 14.16
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26)* 1,400.00 399.50 (59.93) 1,050.00 (10.43)
Lot of (4) Signed Perez-Steele Postcards 676.59 - - 676.59 -
1950's-1980's Football Wrapper Lot (42) 920.00 887.00 (133.05) 500.00 333.95
1953 Topps Partial Set (208) 1,472.00 - - 1,472.00 -
1953-55 Dormand Postcard Set (47/52) 685.00 795.83 (119.37) 300.00 291.46
1959 & 1960 Venezuela Topps Lot (34) 216.00 58.66 (8.80) 200.00 33.86
1959 Topps Baseball High Grade Set 1,557.30 - - 1,557.30 -
1970 Topps Super Proofs Lot (12) 405.41 360.00 (54.00) 200.00 100.59
$16,538.05 $8,579.46 ($1,286.92) $12,225.89 $2,980.38
*-denotes inventory purchased in 2019 valued at 2019 y/e figures. ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
2020 Grading Fees`: $366.13
Current On Hand
Cash: $2,546.13
Inventory See the Google sheet
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like, see below. With 2019 officially in the book, I moved the final 2019 financial statement over for a year-over-year comparison:
As of 4/6/2020 2020 YTD 2019 Final
Cash $2,546.13 $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $- $-
Inventory^ 12,225.89 $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($1,730.47) ($1,858.62)
Retained Earnings ($9,262.28) $-
Initial Capital ($1,165.00) ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($8,579.46) ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $4,312.16 $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $1,286.92 $5,956.97
Grading Fees $366.12 $2,360.93
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.04.06 21:31 MachiavellianFuck Baseball Card Flipping Project - Part 14

Hey guys!
Sorry for the delayed update, it has been a CRAZY couple of months (as I’m sure you’re all aware). A lot has happened since my last update and I’ll try to get into a bit of everything – sorry for the long post.
A really really really brief recap of the past twelve parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165 with the goal of making $10,000 in one year. In 2019, I had bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. In 2019, I ended with a final profit of $9,262.28 – a tad bit short of my goal. In 2020, my goal is $20,000 (fitting). Using my margins from 2019, I would need to sell around $85k in cards.
You can find the previous installment here
COVID-19
First, I hope everyone is safe and inside. I am fortunate enough to be working from home and busier than ever – I do mostly forecasting and budgeting for a company in Manhattan, so it has been very busy on my end trying to keep pace with everything that is changing.
Vintage baseball cards seem largely unaffected by the crisis. The biggest disruption is the closure of PSA – a third party grading service. If you remember, I have a significant number of cards with PSA (146 as of today for this project) with an estimated value of around $6-10k that are now sitting stagnant in their warehouse. This is inventory that will significantly be delayed processing and will have a material impact on inventory turnover. I had written previously about the dangers of leaving inventory with PSA – it is a good thing that I have a diverse store and don’t leave all my eggs in that basket. Another impact COVID has had with this industry is the delay in the baseball season – this is having serious implications on the modern card market (new products are being delayed, rookies aren’t seeing price movements, etc.). Luckily, the vintage market doesn’t rely on the baseball season as much.
As of today, I have had two cancelled orders with buyers directly referencing COVID – one was a person who claimed unforeseen costs (understandable) another was a Canadian individual who ships his cards to the NY border and drives across to pick them up (which he can’t now). I have ten unpaid orders sitting right now, which is higher than usual. I’d imagine some of this may also be COVID related. Some positive impacts – everyone is home! It looks like there are a lot of older collectors stuck at home working on their collections. I am still seeing fairly robust BIN activity and auctions have done well so far. Hopefully things go back to normal sooner than later.
Purchased
What Sold
Okay, too much is selling for me to talk about everything, so I updated the GOOGLE DOC to include everything that I currently have in inventory, the status of every item and the sold price (if sold). Take a look, I’ll update it for each installment and can discuss an item you see. For now, I’ll stick to highlights.
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
PSA has asked customers not to submit anything until further notice, so I am holding on a bunch of cards. Two orders did complete before the offices closed though – the remaining tobacco cards from that July 2019 Grey Flannel auction (see how long this takes). Unsurprisingly, two more cards came back trimmed. I’m a little pissed at Grey Flannel for selling altered cards, but I knew it was a possibility. The cards were fine. Nothing crazy to report (lines 10-18 on the Google Sheet). The two more expensive Mickey Mantle cards also finished and shipped – the 1953 Topps Mantle graded a PSA 1 and the 1953 Bowman Mantle graded a PSA 2. I was really hoping for a PSA 2 and PSA 3 respectively, but can’t complain, I should do well on this group.
Below is an updated summary:
The summary has changed since the last installment. Rather than include all of the 2019 sales, I removed everything that doesn’t relate to 2020 to make it easier to read and cleaner. For items purchased in 2019 (denoted with a “*”), the “cost” column represent the ending 2019 inventory valuation. For items purchased in 2020, the cost column is the cost. In the Google Sheet I included an in depth P&L with full results and 2019 details.
Item Cost* Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1936 Goudey Lot (8)* 50.00 30.00 (4.50) 20.00 (4.50)
Hank Aaron "Odd-Ball" Collection* 150.00 777.29 (116.59) - 510.70
(16) Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb* 1,300.00 978.76 (146.81) 300.00 (168.05)
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's lot* 250.00 98.00 (14.70) 200.00 33.30
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6)* 250.00 380.00 (57.00) - 73.00
1957 Swift Meats Game Complete Set (18)* 800.00 - - 800.00 -
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection* 500.00 1,265.51 (189.83) 150.00 725.68
1933-1989 Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard (650+)* 400.00 1,023.99 (153.60) 300.00 770.39
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Group (33)* 800.00 419.34 (62.90) 500.00 56.44
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100)* 1,270.80 393.50 (59.03) 1,000.00 63.68
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Lot (45+)* 500.00 287.26 (43.09) 400.00 144.17
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16)* 1,000.00 - - 1,000.00 -
1956-1959 Baseball Star Collection (48)* 1,130.00 167.04 (25.06) 1,000.00 11.98
1961-1969 Baseball Star Collection (61)* 804.95 257.78 (38.67) 600.00 14.16
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26)* 1,400.00 399.50 (59.93) 1,050.00 (10.43)
Lot of (4) Signed Perez-Steele Postcards 676.59 - - 676.59 -
1950's-1980's Football Wrapper Lot (42) 920.00 887.00 (133.05) 500.00 333.95
1953 Topps Partial Set (208) 1,472.00 - - 1,472.00 -
1953-55 Dormand Postcard Set (47/52) 685.00 795.83 (119.37) 300.00 291.46
1959 & 1960 Venezuela Topps Lot (34) 216.00 58.66 (8.80) 200.00 33.86
1959 Topps Baseball High Grade Set 1,557.30 - - 1,557.30 -
1970 Topps Super Proofs Lot (12) 405.41 360.00 (54.00) 200.00 100.59
$16,538.05 $8,579.46 ($1,286.92) $12,225.89 $2,980.38
*-denotes inventory purchased in 2019 valued at 2019 y/e figures. ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
2020 Grading Fees`: $366.13
Current On Hand
Cash: $2,546.13
Inventory See the Google sheet
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like, see below. With 2019 officially in the book, I moved the final 2019 financial statement over for a year-over-year comparison:
As of 4/6/2020 2020 YTD 2019 Final
Cash $2,546.13 $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $- $-
Inventory^ 12,225.89 $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($1,730.47) ($1,858.62)
Retained Earnings ($9,262.28) $-
Initial Capital ($1,165.00) ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($8,579.46) ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $4,312.16 $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $1,286.92 $5,956.97
Grading Fees $366.12 $2,360.93
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.04.06 21:30 MachiavellianFuck Baseball Card Flipping Project - Part 14

Hey guys!
Sorry for the delayed update, it has been a CRAZY couple of months (as I’m sure you’re all aware). A lot has happened since my last update and I’ll try to get into a bit of everything – sorry for the long post.
A really really really brief recap of the past twelve parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165 with the goal of making $10,000 in one year. In 2019, I had bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. In 2019, I ended with a final profit of $9,262.28 – a tad bit short of my goal. In 2020, my goal is $20,000 (fitting). Using my margins from 2019, I would need to sell around $85k in cards.
You can find the previous installment here
COVID-19
First, I hope everyone is safe and inside. I am fortunate enough to be working from home and busier than ever – I do mostly forecasting and budgeting for a company in Manhattan, so it has been very busy on my end trying to keep pace with everything that is changing.
Vintage baseball cards seem largely unaffected by the crisis. The biggest disruption is the closure of PSA – a third party grading service. If you remember, I have a significant number of cards with PSA (146 as of today for this project) with an estimated value of around $6-10k that are now sitting stagnant in their warehouse. This is inventory that will significantly be delayed processing and will have a material impact on inventory turnover. I had written previously about the dangers of leaving inventory with PSA – it is a good thing that I have a diverse store and don’t leave all my eggs in that basket. Another impact COVID has had with this industry is the delay in the baseball season – this is having serious implications on the modern card market (new products are being delayed, rookies aren’t seeing price movements, etc.). Luckily, the vintage market doesn’t rely on the baseball season as much.
As of today, I have had two cancelled orders with buyers directly referencing COVID – one was a person who claimed unforeseen costs (understandable) another was a Canadian individual who ships his cards to the NY border and drives across to pick them up (which he can’t now). I have ten unpaid orders sitting right now, which is higher than usual. I’d imagine some of this may also be COVID related. Some positive impacts – everyone is home! It looks like there are a lot of older collectors stuck at home working on their collections. I am still seeing fairly robust BIN activity and auctions have done well so far. Hopefully things go back to normal sooner than later.
Purchased
What Sold
Okay, too much is selling for me to talk about everything, so I updated the GOOGLE DOC to include everything that I currently have in inventory, the status of every item and the sold price (if sold). Take a look, I’ll update it for each installment and can discuss an item you see. For now, I’ll stick to highlights.
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
PSA has asked customers not to submit anything until further notice, so I am holding on a bunch of cards. Two orders did complete before the offices closed though – the remaining tobacco cards from that July 2019 Grey Flannel auction (see how long this takes). Unsurprisingly, two more cards came back trimmed. I’m a little pissed at Grey Flannel for selling altered cards, but I knew it was a possibility. The cards were fine. Nothing crazy to report (lines 10-18 on the Google Sheet). The two more expensive Mickey Mantle cards also finished and shipped – the 1953 Topps Mantle graded a PSA 1 and the 1953 Bowman Mantle graded a PSA 2. I was really hoping for a PSA 2 and PSA 3 respectively, but can’t complain, I should do well on this group.
Below is an updated summary:
The summary has changed since the last installment. Rather than include all of the 2019 sales, I removed everything that doesn’t relate to 2020 to make it easier to read and cleaner. For items purchased in 2019 (denoted with a “*”), the “cost” column represent the ending 2019 inventory valuation. For items purchased in 2020, the cost column is the cost. In the Google Sheet I included an in depth P&L with full results and 2019 details.
Item Cost* Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1936 Goudey Lot (8)* 50.00 30.00 (4.50) 20.00 (4.50)
Hank Aaron "Odd-Ball" Collection* 150.00 777.29 (116.59) - 510.70
(16) Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb* 1,300.00 978.76 (146.81) 300.00 (168.05)
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's lot* 250.00 98.00 (14.70) 200.00 33.30
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6)* 250.00 380.00 (57.00) - 73.00
1957 Swift Meats Game Complete Set (18)* 800.00 - - 800.00 -
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection* 500.00 1,265.51 (189.83) 150.00 725.68
1933-1989 Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard (650+)* 400.00 1,023.99 (153.60) 300.00 770.39
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Group (33)* 800.00 419.34 (62.90) 500.00 56.44
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100)* 1,270.80 393.50 (59.03) 1,000.00 63.68
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Lot (45+)* 500.00 287.26 (43.09) 400.00 144.17
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16)* 1,000.00 - - 1,000.00 -
1956-1959 Baseball Star Collection (48)* 1,130.00 167.04 (25.06) 1,000.00 11.98
1961-1969 Baseball Star Collection (61)* 804.95 257.78 (38.67) 600.00 14.16
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26)* 1,400.00 399.50 (59.93) 1,050.00 (10.43)
Lot of (4) Signed Perez-Steele Postcards 676.59 - - 676.59 -
1950's-1980's Football Wrapper Lot (42) 920.00 887.00 (133.05) 500.00 333.95
1953 Topps Partial Set (208) 1,472.00 - - 1,472.00 -
1953-55 Dormand Postcard Set (47/52) 685.00 795.83 (119.37) 300.00 291.46
1959 & 1960 Venezuela Topps Lot (34) 216.00 58.66 (8.80) 200.00 33.86
1959 Topps Baseball High Grade Set 1,557.30 - - 1,557.30 -
1970 Topps Super Proofs Lot (12) 405.41 360.00 (54.00) 200.00 100.59
$16,538.05 $8,579.46 ($1,286.92) $12,225.89 $2,980.38
*-denotes inventory purchased in 2019 valued at 2019 y/e figures. ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
2020 Grading Fees`: $366.13
Current On Hand
Cash: $2,546.13
Inventory See the Google sheet
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like, see below. With 2019 officially in the book, I moved the final 2019 financial statement over for a year-over-year comparison:
As of 4/6/2020 2020 YTD 2019 Final
Cash $2,546.13 $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $- $-
Inventory^ 12,225.89 $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($1,730.47) ($1,858.62)
Retained Earnings ($9,262.28) $-
Initial Capital ($1,165.00) ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($8,579.46) ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $4,312.16 $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $1,286.92 $5,956.97
Grading Fees $366.12 $2,360.93
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.01.23 19:27 MachiavellianFuck Baseball Card Flipping Project - Part 12

Hey guys!
Geez, it has been well over a month since my last update. A lot has happened and a lot has sold.
A Look Back at 2019
I wrote the first part on January 21, 2019 – almost a year ago to the day. Since then, I took $1,165 and was able to flip it into a final profit of $9,262.28. I sold over $40k worth of baseball and sports cards, and (between eBay fees, inventory purchases, supplies and PSA fees) spent around $42k. I have over $10k of inventory currently. My final gross margin was 43.8% and my final net margin was 23.1%. This was one of the most fun things I have done in this hobby in a while, I very much look forward to continuing in 2020.
You can find the previous installment here
A really really really brief recap of the past eleven parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165. I have since bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I have had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. Right now I have approximately 80% of my inventory with PSA (WHICH IS WAY TOO HIGH).
Purchased There are usually some late December auctions each year, but generally the holidays are quiet in the baseball card industry. I was able to purchase a few lots from what auctions I found:
What Sold
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
There has been absolutely no movement since the last installment. To those unfamiliar, PSA is my bottleneck. Grading has a 2-4 month turnaround, so cards that I sent in December I may not see again until April or May. Right now, I have ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY cards with them. By value, it represents maybe 70-80% of my inventory, it is very frustrating. Hopefully I will see some movement soon though. One thing that is changing is how I account for PSA fees. PSA does not charge my credit card until AFTER the order is finished – previously, I would credit my cash balance on the P&L as soon as I send the cards to PSA. Now, because the amount is material to the project, I am representing the balance as “Accounts Payable,” but still hitting my expense. This way, I can still use the cash while PSA grades my order. Obviously, I will need to be careful about this and to leave myself plenty of wiggle room (which I’m not too worried about).
So, to update the summary:
Item Cost Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1972 Kellogg’s Set $1,165.00 $3,085.64 ($462.85) $1,457.79
1960’s Mantle Postcards $27.99 $82.55 ($12.38) $42.18
1966 Topps Lot $20.50 $46.00 ($6.90) $18.60
1967 Vene. Topps Mantle $432.80 $825.00 ($123.75) $268.45
1960’s Insert Lot $420.00 $1,004.88 ($150.73) $434.15
1960’s Empty Boxes $645.00 $1,914.60 ($287.19) $982.41
1956 Adventure Gum Set $956.13 $1,405.40 ($210.81) $238.46
1961 Golden Press Set $3,451.20 $3,956.15 ($593.42) ($88.47)
1957 Topps Partial Set $122.01 $190.01 ($28.50) $39.50
1909-Modern “Grab-Bag” $796.00 $1,092.83 ($163.92) $132.91
1936 Goudey R314 Lot* $288.00 $714.55 ($107.18) $50.00 $369.37
1969-1973 Topps Yankees Lot $2,771.20 $6,200.10 ($930.02) $2,498.89
Hank Aaron “Odd-Ball” Collection* $1,086.68 $3,190.54 ($478.58) $150.00 $1,775.28
Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb & Mathewson* $1,882.55 $467.75 ($70.16) $1,300.00 ($184.96)
N154 Duke Presidential BB Club Pair $390.20 $675.00 ($33.75) $251.05
1934-36 Batter Up Low Number (1-80) Complete Set $1,437.81 $2,120.35 ($318.05) $364.49
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's card lot* $869.60 1,315.00 ($197.25) $250.00 $498.15
1934 Goudey "Big League Chewing Gum" Wrappers Trio $84.00 $74.51 ($11.18) ($20.67)
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6)* $1,090.00 $923.00 ($138.45) $250.00 ($55.45)
Perez-Steele "Great Moments" set w/ 28 signed $570.00 $727.49 ($109.12) $48.37
Perez-Steele "Great Moments" set w/ 42 signed $720.00 $1,104.52 ($165.68) $218.84
1952 Bowman Football Small Signed Lot (38) $1,140.00 $2,243.51 ($336.53) $766.98
1961-62 Fleer Basketball Oscar Robertson Signed Lot (2) $690.00 $886.06 ($132.91) $63.15
1969 Topps & Deckle Edge Baseball lot w/ PSA graded $276.00 $403.44 ($60.52) $66.92
(5) 1961 Topps Magic Rub-Offs PSA Graded Lot $112.72 $371.01 (55.65) $202.64
1957 Swift Meats Baseball Game Complete Set (18)* $800.00 $800.00
(41) 1933-2001 Multi-Sports PSA-Graded Collection $960.00 $2,065.72 ($309.86) $795.86
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection* $900.00 $488.93 ($73.34) $500.00 $15.59
1933-1989 Multi-Sport Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard of (650)* $980.00 $847.00 ($127.05) $400.00 $139.95
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Treasure Chest (33)* $1,100.00 $289.20 ($43.38) $800.00 ($54.18)
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100)* $1,270.80 $1,270.80
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Collection (45+)* $545.40 $135.50 ($20.33) $500.00 $69.78
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16)* $1,800.00 $1,236.91 ($185.54) $1,000.00 $251.37
1956-1959 Topps and Fleer Baseball Collection (48)* $1,130.00 $1,130.00
1961-1969 Baseball Collection (61)* $804.95 $804.95
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26)* $1,452.17 $80.00 ($12.00) $1,400.00 $15.83
$33,188.71 $40,163.15 ($5,956.97) $10,605.75 $11,623.22
*-denotes inventory still on hand (see below). ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
Grading Fees`: $2,360.93
Current On Hand
Cash: $1,680.15
Inventory
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like:
As of 1/23/2020 Amount
Cash $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $-
Inventory^ $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($1,858.62)
Initial Capital ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $5,956.97
PSA Fees $2,360.93
I am looking forward to continuing this project in 2020, my official goal is $20,000 profit. Wish me luck!
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.01.23 19:26 MachiavellianFuck Flipping Project - Part 12

Hey guys!
Geez, it has been well over a month since my last update. A lot has happened and a lot has sold.
A Look Back at 2019
I wrote the first part on January 21, 2019 – almost a year ago to the day. Since then, I took $1,165 and was able to flip it into a final profit of $9,262.28. I sold over $40k worth of baseball and sports cards, and (between eBay fees, inventory purchases, supplies and PSA fees) spent around $42k. I have over $10k of inventory currently. My final gross margin was 43.8% and my final net margin was 23.1%. This was one of the most fun things I have done in this hobby in a while, I very much look forward to continuing in 2020.
You can find the previous installment here
A really really really brief recap of the past eleven parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165. I have since bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I have had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. Right now I have approximately 80% of my inventory with PSA (WHICH IS WAY TOO HIGH).
Purchased There are usually some late December auctions each year, but generally the holidays are quiet in the baseball card industry. I was able to purchase a few lots from what auctions I found:
What Sold
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
There has been absolutely no movement since the last installment. To those unfamiliar, PSA is my bottleneck. Grading has a 2-4 month turnaround, so cards that I sent in December I may not see again until April or May. Right now, I have ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY cards with them. By value, it represents maybe 70-80% of my inventory, it is very frustrating. Hopefully I will see some movement soon though. One thing that is changing is how I account for PSA fees. PSA does not charge my credit card until AFTER the order is finished – previously, I would credit my cash balance on the P&L as soon as I send the cards to PSA. Now, because the amount is material to the project, I am representing the balance as “Accounts Payable,” but still hitting my expense. This way, I can still use the cash while PSA grades my order. Obviously, I will need to be careful about this and to leave myself plenty of wiggle room (which I’m not too worried about).
So, to update the summary:
Item Cost Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1972 Kellogg’s Set $1,165.00 $3,085.64 ($462.85) $1,457.79
1960’s Mantle Postcards $27.99 $82.55 ($12.38) $42.18
1966 Topps Lot $20.50 $46.00 ($6.90) $18.60
1967 Vene. Topps Mantle $432.80 $825.00 ($123.75) $268.45
1960’s Insert Lot $420.00 $1,004.88 ($150.73) $434.15
1960’s Empty Boxes $645.00 $1,914.60 ($287.19) $982.41
1956 Adventure Gum Set $956.13 $1,405.40 ($210.81) $238.46
1961 Golden Press Set $3,451.20 $3,956.15 ($593.42) ($88.47)
1957 Topps Partial Set $122.01 $190.01 ($28.50) $39.50
1909-Modern “Grab-Bag” $796.00 $1,092.83 ($163.92) $132.91
1936 Goudey R314 Lot* $288.00 $714.55 ($107.18) $50.00 $369.37
1969-1973 Topps Yankees Lot $2,771.20 $6,200.10 ($930.02) $2,498.89
Hank Aaron “Odd-Ball” Collection* $1,086.68 $3,190.54 ($478.58) $150.00 $1,775.28
Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb & Mathewson* $1,882.55 $467.75 ($70.16) $1,300.00 ($184.96)
N154 Duke Presidential BB Club Pair $390.20 $675.00 ($33.75) $251.05
1934-36 Batter Up Low Number (1-80) Complete Set $1,437.81 $2,120.35 ($318.05) $364.49
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's card lot* $869.60 1,315.00 ($197.25) $250.00 $498.15
1934 Goudey "Big League Chewing Gum" Wrappers Trio $84.00 $74.51 ($11.18) ($20.67)
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6)* $1,090.00 $923.00 ($138.45) $250.00 ($55.45)
Perez-Steele "Great Moments" set w/ 28 signed $570.00 $727.49 ($109.12) $48.37
Perez-Steele "Great Moments" set w/ 42 signed $720.00 $1,104.52 ($165.68) $218.84
1952 Bowman Football Small Signed Lot (38) $1,140.00 $2,243.51 ($336.53) $766.98
1961-62 Fleer Basketball Oscar Robertson Signed Lot (2) $690.00 $886.06 ($132.91) $63.15
1969 Topps & Deckle Edge Baseball lot w/ PSA graded $276.00 $403.44 ($60.52) $66.92
(5) 1961 Topps Magic Rub-Offs PSA Graded Lot $112.72 $371.01 (55.65) $202.64
1957 Swift Meats Baseball Game Complete Set (18)* $800.00 $800.00
(41) 1933-2001 Multi-Sports PSA-Graded Collection $960.00 $2,065.72 ($309.86) $795.86
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection* $900.00 $488.93 ($73.34) $500.00 $15.59
1933-1989 Multi-Sport Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard of (650)* $980.00 $847.00 ($127.05) $400.00 $139.95
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Treasure Chest (33)* $1,100.00 $289.20 ($43.38) $800.00 ($54.18)
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100)* $1,270.80 $1,270.80
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Collection (45+)* $545.40 $135.50 ($20.33) $500.00 $69.78
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16)* $1,800.00 $1,236.91 ($185.54) $1,000.00 $251.37
1956-1959 Topps and Fleer Baseball Collection (48)* $1,130.00 $1,130.00
1961-1969 Baseball Collection (61)* $804.95 $804.95
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26)* $1,452.17 $80.00 ($12.00) $1,400.00 $15.83
$33,188.71 $40,163.15 ($5,956.97) $10,605.75 $11,623.22
*-denotes inventory still on hand (see below). ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
Grading Fees`: $2,360.93
Current On Hand
Cash: $1,680.15
Inventory
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like:
As of 1/23/2020 Amount
Cash $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $-
Inventory^ $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($1,858.62)
Initial Capital ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $5,956.97
PSA Fees $2,360.93
I am looking forward to continuing this project in 2020, my official goal is $20,000 profit. Wish me luck!
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2020.01.23 19:23 MachiavellianFuck Baseball Card Flipping Project - Part 12

Hey guys!
Geez, it has been well over a month since my last update. A lot has happened and a lot has sold.
A Look Back at 2019
I wrote the first part on January 21, 2019 – almost a year ago to the day. Since then, I took $1,165 and was able to flip it into a final profit of $9,262.28. I sold over $40k worth of baseball and sports cards, and (between eBay fees, inventory purchases, supplies and PSA fees) spent around $42k. I have over $10k of inventory currently. My final gross margin was 43.8% and my final net margin was 23.1%. This was one of the most fun things I have done in this hobby in a while, I very much look forward to continuing in 2020.
You can find the previous installment here
A really really really brief recap of the past eleven parts
I started in December of 2018 with $1,165. I have since bought and sold over $40k in baseball, football and various sports trading cards. I have had a few great successes ($1,165 into $3,085 before fees - $2,771.20 into $6,200.10 before fees - $1,086.68 into $3,190.54 before fees) and a few duds. I generally sell my cards on ebay, but utilize auction houses every now and then. The biggest bottleneck I face is submitting cards to PSA (a third party grading company), a card might have a 2-4 month turnaround time. To successfully "flip" you need to balance some of these purchases with shorter flips. Right now I have approximately 80% of my inventory with PSA (WHICH IS WAY TOO HIGH).
Purchased There are usually some late December auctions each year, but generally the holidays are quiet in the baseball card industry. I was able to purchase a few lots from what auctions I found:
What Sold
PSA Update
Here is a link to the Google Doc with the status of all of my PSA cards. The spreadsheet also includes a summary of where the project is.
There has been absolutely no movement since the last installment. To those unfamiliar, PSA is my bottleneck. Grading has a 2-4 month turnaround, so cards that I sent in December I may not see again until April or May. Right now, I have ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY cards with them. By value, it represents maybe 70-80% of my inventory, it is very frustrating. Hopefully I will see some movement soon though. One thing that is changing is how I account for PSA fees. PSA does not charge my credit card until AFTER the order is finished – previously, I would credit my cash balance on the P&L as soon as I send the cards to PSA. Now, because the amount is material to the project, I am representing the balance as “Accounts Payable,” but still hitting my expense. This way, I can still use the cash while PSA grades my order. Obviously, I will need to be careful about this and to leave myself plenty of wiggle room (which I’m not too worried about).
So, to update the summary:
Item Cost Sold Fees Inventory^ Profit
1972 Kellogg’s Set $1,165.00 $3,085.64 ($462.85) $1,457.79
1960’s Mantle Postcards $27.99 $82.55 ($12.38) $42.18
1966 Topps Lot $20.50 $46.00 ($6.90) $18.60
1967 Vene. Topps Mantle $432.80 $825.00 ($123.75) $268.45
1960’s Insert Lot $420.00 $1,004.88 ($150.73) $434.15
1960’s Empty Boxes $645.00 $1,914.60 ($287.19) $982.41
1956 Adventure Gum Set $956.13 $1,405.40 ($210.81) $238.46
1961 Golden Press Set $3,451.20 $3,956.15 ($593.42) ($88.47)
1957 Topps Partial Set $122.01 $190.01 ($28.50) $39.50
1909-Modern “Grab-Bag” $796.00 $1,092.83 ($163.92) $132.91
1936 Goudey R314 Lot* $288.00 $714.55 ($107.18) $50.00 $369.37
1969-1973 Topps Yankees Lot $2,771.20 $6,200.10 ($930.02) $2,498.89
Hank Aaron “Odd-Ball” Collection* $1,086.68 $3,190.54 ($478.58) $150.00 $1,775.28
Pre-WWII card lot w/ Cobb & Mathewson* $1,882.55 $467.75 ($70.16) $1,300.00 ($184.96)
N154 Duke Presidential BB Club Pair $390.20 $675.00 ($33.75) $251.05
1934-36 Batter Up Low Number (1-80) Complete Set $1,437.81 $2,120.35 ($318.05) $364.49
(23) Sandy Koufax 1950's and 1960's card lot* $869.60 1,315.00 ($197.25) $250.00 $498.15
1934 Goudey "Big League Chewing Gum" Wrappers Trio $84.00 $74.51 ($11.18) ($20.67)
1977-1979 Topps Baseball Rack & Cello Packs (6)* $1,090.00 $923.00 ($138.45) $250.00 ($55.45)
Perez-Steele "Great Moments" set w/ 28 signed $570.00 $727.49 ($109.12) $48.37
Perez-Steele "Great Moments" set w/ 42 signed $720.00 $1,104.52 ($165.68) $218.84
1952 Bowman Football Small Signed Lot (38) $1,140.00 $2,243.51 ($336.53) $766.98
1961-62 Fleer Basketball Oscar Robertson Signed Lot (2) $690.00 $886.06 ($132.91) $63.15
1969 Topps & Deckle Edge Baseball lot w/ PSA graded $276.00 $403.44 ($60.52) $66.92
(5) 1961 Topps Magic Rub-Offs PSA Graded Lot $112.72 $371.01 (55.65) $202.64
1957 Swift Meats Baseball Game Complete Set (18)* $800.00 $800.00
(41) 1933-2001 Multi-Sports PSA-Graded Collection $960.00 $2,065.72 ($309.86) $795.86
(36) 1950s-2000s Multi-Sports Collection* $900.00 $488.93 ($73.34) $500.00 $15.59
1933-1989 Multi-Sport Wax Pack Wrapper Hoard of (650)* $980.00 $847.00 ($127.05) $400.00 $139.95
1941-2004 Multi-Sport Treasure Chest (33)* $1,100.00 $289.20 ($43.38) $800.00 ($54.18)
1912 B18 Blanket Find (100)* $1,270.80 $1,270.80
1962-63 Parkhurst Hockey Collection (45+)* $545.40 $135.50 ($20.33) $500.00 $69.78
1953 to 1969 Mickey Mantle Group (16)* $1,800.00 $1,236.91 ($185.54) $1,000.00 $251.37
1956-1959 Topps and Fleer Baseball Collection (48)* $1,130.00 $1,130.00
1961-1969 Baseball Collection (61)* $804.95 $804.95
1948-1965 Yogi Berra Collection (26)* $1,452.17 $80.00 ($12.00) $1,400.00 $15.83
$33,188.71 $40,163.15 ($5,956.97) $10,605.75 $11,623.22
*-denotes inventory still on hand (see below). ^ -inventory on hand is valued at a conservative estimate of fair market value for remaining items. `-grading fees are expensed when the card is sent to PSA, fees are not paid until PSA has completed the order. Fees that are expensed, but not paid are sitting in Accounts Payable below.
Grading Fees`: $2,360.93
Current On Hand
Cash: $1,680.15
Inventory
ALSO! If anyone is interested in what the financials for this project would look like:
As of 1/23/2020 Amount
Cash $1,680.15
Accounts Receivable $-
Inventory^ $10,605.75
Accounts Payable` ($1,858.62)
Initial Capital ($1,165.00)
Revenue ($40,163.15)
Cost of Goods Sold $22,582.96
Fees (15% of Rev.) $5,956.97
PSA Fees $2,360.93
I am looking forward to continuing this project in 2020, my official goal is $20,000 profit. Wish me luck!
I look forward to continuing to update everyone on this. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
Jason
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2019.12.09 16:01 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: StarWarsLeaks top posts from 2018-12-07 to 2019-12-07 01:47 PDT

Period: 364.31 days
Submissions Comments
Total 1000 172073
Rate (per day) 2.74 469.12
Unique Redditors 407 14457
Combined Score 625203 2127292

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 45723 points, 77 submissions: Godxon
    1. New still from The Rise of Skywalker (2149 points, 413 comments)
    2. New official Knights of Ren still (1978 points, 420 comments)
    3. Dave Filoni on the set of The Mandalorian, directing the masked anti-hero (via Vanity Fair) (1610 points, 170 comments)
    4. New image from The Mandalorian (1585 points, 204 comments)
    5. New The Mandalorian promo poster (1443 points, 98 comments)
    6. It's official: The Rise of Skywalker trailer drops Monday night on ESPN during halftime on Monday Night Football (1326 points, 232 comments)
    7. A new image of Babu Frik, tiny Anzellan droidsmith who works among the Spice Runners of Kijimi and can reprogram or modify virtually any droid (1215 points, 246 comments)
    8. Rumor: A Spin-Off of 'Solo' is Planned for Disney+ (1085 points, 334 comments)
    9. IG-11 speaks in a new 'The Mandalorian' TV spot (1084 points, 163 comments)
    10. Disney+ to include Episodes I - VII, Rogue One, The Mandalorian, Rebels and Clone Wars at launch. Solo, The Last Jedi, The Rise of Skywalker and 7th season of Clone Wars to arrive within the first year. (1049 points, 157 comments)
  2. 42440 points, 77 submissions: IllusiveManJr
    1. Hayden and McDiarmid reunited at Celebration (2468 points, 173 comments)
    2. Jedi: Fallen Order image leaked by Amazon on licensed t-shirt (1204 points, 238 comments)
    3. Jon Favreau shares new 'the Mandalorian' image on his Instagram (1204 points, 156 comments)
    4. Abrams said this IX image is from the beginning of the film (1163 points, 267 comments)
    5. Reported from Celebration (1120 points, 309 comments)
    6. Cal vs the Ninth Sister boss fight screenshot from Jedi: Fallen Order (1103 points, 152 comments)
    7. Master and Apprentice: Celebration Chicago 2019 exclusive cover (1074 points, 57 comments)
    8. New the Mandalorian image (893 points, 40 comments)
    9. Charles Soule to write Kylo Ren comic miniseries (832 points, 258 comments)
    10. Jedi: Fallen Order logo updated on the game's official website (824 points, 165 comments)
  3. 14197 points, 21 submissions: zcure
    1. New Footage ! Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker Trailer Tease Promo (1706 points, 886 comments)
    2. Potential New View of Kylo's Tie Whisper From Porsche Commercial (1288 points, 179 comments)
    3. Brief Preview of New Footage for Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker (1162 points, 295 comments)
    4. Star Wars The Mandalorian FX Exclusive Look Trailer (1077 points, 285 comments)
    5. Star Wars The Mandalorian Vanity Fair Trailer (1001 points, 228 comments)
    6. New Kylo and Troopers Promo Banner for Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker (963 points, 217 comments)
    7. New Star Wars The Rise of SkyWalker Promo Banner (860 points, 111 comments)
    8. New Footage ! Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker TV Spot 10 (796 points, 453 comments)
    9. New Star Wars The Mandalorian Footage (570 points, 124 comments)
    10. New Footage ! Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker TV Spot 13 "Duel" (512 points, 186 comments)
  4. 10743 points, 22 submissions: Sidon_Ithano
    1. Alan Tudyk will reprise his role as K2SO in the untitled Cassian Andor series (894 points, 128 comments)
    2. Kathleen Kennedy says they’re developing something to look at regarding ‘Knights of the Old Republic’ (866 points, 241 comments)
    3. Jon Favreau set to return as showrunner for ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 (DiscussingFilm) (854 points, 82 comments)
    4. New ‘The Mandalorian’ still (792 points, 53 comments)
    5. ‘Star Wars: Jedi - Fallen Order’ (Launch Trailer) (759 points, 195 comments)
    6. MSW: Han Solo will be in ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ (727 points, 614 comments)
    7. Alan Tudyk has spoken with Diego Luna about the upcoming Cassian Andor series. Says it’s very exciting (572 points, 125 comments)
    8. FanthaTracks: Ewan McGregor to direct episodes of the Kenobi series. Mechanical Co-Star returning. (555 points, 279 comments)
    9. Cinematographer, Matthew Jensen (Wonder Woman, Fantastic Four, Game of Thrones) has joined season two of ‘The Mandalorian’ (516 points, 36 comments)
    10. MSW: ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ to have a panel at SDCC. ‘The Mandalorian’ will be part of D23 (454 points, 39 comments)
  5. 9280 points, 9 submissions: Mad_Rascal
    1. Today is apparently John Williams’ last day scoring TROS (1793 points, 168 comments)
    2. “If your Thanksgiving table gets too heated show everyone this video I took on the set of the Mandalorian. #HappyThanksgiving” - Jon Favreau #TheMandalorian #StarWars (1446 points, 93 comments)
    3. Chapter 7 of The Mandalorian will also have a sneak peek for The Rise of Skywalker (1445 points, 201 comments)
    4. Disney testing out x-wing sizes drones for Galaxys Edge (1383 points, 98 comments)
    5. New Mandalorian trailer last night during Arrow (1043 points, 161 comments)
    6. New "Rise of Skywalker" merch is a new variation of the poster leaked a while back and now includes Rose. (917 points, 400 comments)
    7. Finn back in a storm trooper uniform for Rise of the Resistance (654 points, 59 comments)
    8. "nothing [Rian] was doing undid anything that I thought was where the story would go" - J.J. Abrams in new interview (329 points, 691 comments)
    9. Feels like a broken record at this point, but...Rian gives an update on his upcoming Star Wars films. (270 points, 580 comments)
  6. 8913 points, 11 submissions: AdamDriverIsAwesome
    1. Adam Driver & JJ Abrams on the set of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (1743 points, 344 comments)
    2. New EMPIRE Magazine The Rise of Skywalker cover (1446 points, 328 comments)
    3. New Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker TV Spot! (1230 points, 625 comments)
    4. JJ Abrams on bringing back Palpatine in The Rise of Skywalker. (1221 points, 658 comments)
    5. New shot of Kylo Ren from The Rise of Skywalker (871 points, 90 comments)
    6. New Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker LEGO Set! (518 points, 81 comments)
    7. New HQ pictures of Rey and Kylo Ren in The Rise of Skywalker (481 points, 76 comments)
    8. New HQ Still of Finn & Jannah from The Rise of Skywalker (430 points, 91 comments)
    9. Kelly Marie Tran on Rey w/ a red lightsaber: "I think the most important thing to take from that whole snippet is just that the ending of this film is going to be really groundbreaking in a good way. I think there are a lot of little pieces from the older films..." (420 points, 184 comments)
    10. Video of Daisy Ridley, J.J. Abrams, and Kathleen Kennedy describe Rey and Kylo’s relationship in one word. (287 points, 92 comments)
  7. 8314 points, 13 submissions: Riri19911
    1. Adam Driver on the cover of Rolling Stones - TROS issue (1330 points, 219 comments)
    2. New cover from Birth.Movies.Death. magazine (1175 points, 251 comments)
    3. The Snoke comic is out! (1093 points, 641 comments)
    4. John Williams says the ending of TROS will “put you all away” and believes we would “love it”. (874 points, 383 comments)
    5. Oscar Isaac: “What’s amazing about the story and the script is that you learn that both the Sith and the Jedi have been playing a very long game,” (590 points, 309 comments)
    6. Star Wars Celebration - Character Banner Revealed (566 points, 244 comments)
    7. Oscar Isaac about working with John Boyega: "we have just had so much more to do together and we just really connected in a great way" (548 points, 215 comments)
    8. Carrie Fisher's brother reveals new details about Leia's 'Rise of Skywalker' role: 'She was going to be the last Jedi' (465 points, 447 comments)
    9. Adam Driver for Rolling Stone magazine “He [Kylo] is following the path of finding who he is. you might have had to, metaphorically, or in this case literally, kill your father to find out who you are. To be your own person, at a certain point you have to claim it.” (435 points, 296 comments)
    10. MSW article: More info on the Force Flash Fights (372 points, 341 comments)
  8. 8058 points, 10 submissions: fifthdayofmay
    1. Long live the Supreme Leader [Gif] (1663 points, 200 comments)
    2. GMA: John Boyega admits it was his script that was put on eBay (1585 points, 264 comments)
    3. The second GIF that we all want right now. (875 points, 115 comments)
    4. Jon Favreau: Scoring season 1 of The Mandalorian (846 points, 59 comments)
    5. Even better look at Kylo's mask (763 points, 67 comments)
    6. Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker “Hold On” TV Spot (651 points, 258 comments)
    7. The Clone Wars - Season 6 trailer (549 points, 154 comments)
    8. Billie Lourd: Princess Leia Was My Keeper. Now, I’m Hers (510 points, 180 comments)
    9. 501st on set (326 points, 19 comments)
    10. Screenshots! (290 points, 187 comments)
  9. 6047 points, 6 submissions: villette-
    1. Here’s your Episode IX poster bros (2293 points, 1185 comments)
    2. The Rise of Skywalker IMAX poster (1531 points, 101 comments)
    3. German poster for The Rise of Skywalker (863 points, 251 comments)
    4. Vanity Fair cover for Kylo in TROS (492 points, 58 comments)
    5. SDCC exclusive Star Wars posters arriving tomorrow (480 points, 45 comments)
    6. TROS promo banner with Rose and Jannah added (388 points, 181 comments)
  10. 5853 points, 6 submissions: jakaptur
    1. That cover... It says A LOT. (2184 points, 1039 comments)
    2. New still of Zorii Bliss [source: Empire Magazine] (1021 points, 203 comments)
    3. J.J.: It is an absolute mistake to say that you have to be related to a particular person or bloodline to have power with the force. (885 points, 853 comments)
    4. JJ Abrams says that a member of the cast left their #TheRiseofSkywalker script under their hotel bed. The copy was almost sold on ebay (702 points, 279 comments)
    5. Finn + Jannah vs Sith Troopers (657 points, 144 comments)
    6. Colin Trevorrow on his TROS writing credit and his TLJ contribution (404 points, 799 comments)
  11. 5724 points, 4 submissions: Nantoone
    1. New leaked image (2159 points, 1539 comments)
    2. The Knights of Ren (2087 points, 362 comments)
    3. Knights of Ren appear in new TV spot (969 points, 408 comments)
    4. An album of every Vanity Fair TROS image (509 points, 286 comments)
  12. 5623 points, 10 submissions: ScoutTheTrooper
    1. Poster! (1405 points, 242 comments)
    2. The LEGO leaks have begun (792 points, 73 comments)
    3. The story group wasn’t told the title of IX (558 points, 322 comments)
    4. The cover of The Rise of Skywalker’s visual dictionary seems to reveal a new variant of First Order Snowtrooper (494 points, 98 comments)
    5. The new Resistance A-Wing is basically the McQuarrie one (483 points, 88 comments)
    6. Hi-res photo of the Sith Trooper (457 points, 117 comments)
    7. The Topps image for the Sith Trooper has been released (412 points, 77 comments)
    8. The Rise of Skywalker visual dictionary cover revealed. TIE Daggers are the new TIEs. (362 points, 111 comments)
    9. Final word on the canon names of the clone legions (358 points, 46 comments)
    10. Hi-res photo of the Sith Trooper (302 points, 50 comments)
  13. 5586 points, 10 submissions: TheRidiculousOtaku
    1. Holy shit (961 points, 304 comments)
    2. Just One Week After Launch of Disney+, Study Finds ‘The Mandalorian’ More In Demand Than ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Westworld,’ and ‘Doctor Who’ (881 points, 167 comments)
    3. Daisy Says TROS ending wont be as controversial as Game of Thrones (740 points, 493 comments)
    4. The Mandalorian is now the top TV show in the world (698 points, 220 comments)
    5. Is this the Supermanish Fortress of Solitude thing we heard about ? (513 points, 271 comments)
    6. Kathleen, Chris, and JJ had trouble writing the 3rd act until someone pointed out the reason there was trouble was because they didn’t want StarWars to end. “They were right. So we went back and wrote it.” (444 points, 407 comments)
    7. Star Wars Galaxy's Edge crowds are lighter than expected, according to a new report (396 points, 295 comments)
    8. Dave Filoni’s reaction to being asked if Ahsoka could go live-action is pretty interesting (371 points, 130 comments)
    9. Zorri BLISS AND THE POEPOE (302 points, 71 comments)
    10. 1 year after it's release and 8 months after of it's blueray release, The Last Jedi is still the best selling Blueray of 2018 :D (280 points, 196 comments)
  14. 5487 points, 12 submissions: snivygamingHD
    1. Jedi: Fallen Order Game Informer cover (833 points, 170 comments)
    2. Ian McDiarmid Among Guests at Star Wars Celebration Chicago StarWars.com (553 points, 102 comments)
    3. Official screenshot of Capital Supremacy - Battlefront II (2017) (545 points, 79 comments)
    4. Official screenshot of Count Dooku - Battlefront II (2017) (531 points, 87 comments)
    5. The Chosen One Update Teaser - Battlefront II (2017) (504 points, 62 comments)
    6. Jedi: Fallen Order TV Spot (494 points, 123 comments)
    7. Jason Ward says that Barriss Offee is going to be an Inquisitor for Fallen Order (407 points, 78 comments)
    8. Easter egg for putting the Jedi and Sith holocrons together (361 points, 42 comments)
    9. Three new Capital Supremacy maps (all Clone Wars era according to roadmap) to be added plus additional changes - Battlefront II (2017) (348 points, 119 comments)
    10. The Art of Star Wars Rebels book coming on October 1st, 2019 - IGN (326 points, 28 comments)
  15. 5238 points, 7 submissions: Punchitchew1e
    1. Dennis Lawson will reprise his role as Wedge Antilles in Rise of Skywalker (1696 points, 252 comments)
    2. Clearer shot of the ghost taken from the lossless trailer (1184 points, 249 comments)
    3. Lando and Chewie lead the charge against the Sith Fleet (803 points, 123 comments)
    4. Jannah in the backround of the DS wreckage (493 points, 57 comments)
    5. The ventral cannon of the ISD will be used to destroy a planet Death Star style (440 points, 132 comments)
    6. Sithtrooper transports (327 points, 67 comments)
    7. I compiled most of the TROS footage available in chronological order (295 points, 78 comments)
  16. 4958 points, 6 submissions: Kazrules
    1. Exclusive: Ewan McGregor Signs on For Obi-Wan Kenobi Return (1365 points, 310 comments)
    2. Mandalorian Poster (1262 points, 208 comments)
    3. Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order: Second Key Art (838 points, 79 comments)
    4. 3 New Star Wars Films Will Start Arriving In 2022 (668 points, 822 comments)
    5. Rise of Skywalker- Special Look (548 points, 281 comments)
    6. Early Jedi: Fallen Order thoughts from Andrew Reiner (277 points, 50 comments)
  17. 4713 points, 8 submissions: hadynnnn
    1. Hasbro reveals 6" TBS Knight of Ren at London Comic Con, says Lucasfilm hasn't shared any info regarding KoR's role in TROS with them yet. Also says Lucasfilm hasn't shared any info or images of Palpatine with Hasbro yet. (860 points, 194 comments)
    2. Bob Iger confirms early screening of TROS for dying fan’s family (724 points, 118 comments)
    3. Rian on his trilogy - “Well we’ll see, I mean I’m still talking to Lucasfilm, they’re figuring out what they’re doing, and we’ll see what happens, but you know I’d be thrilled if it happens but I’m doing my own stuff too.” (721 points, 1051 comments)
    4. Daisy Ridley describes TROS as “Dark”, “Scary”, “Sad”, and “Joyful”. (676 points, 403 comments)
    5. TBS Threepio w/ Babu Frik allows back of head to be removed (597 points, 69 comments)
    6. Adam Driver: “With Star Wars, I had one piece of information of where it was all going, and that’s where it has been in my head for a long time, and things were building towards that.” (510 points, 442 comments)
    7. 'The Mandalorian' Director Taika Waititi Says the First 'Star Wars' Live-Action Series is Close to the Original Trilogy [TCA 2018] (341 points, 158 comments)
    8. Regal IMAX Sith Trooper Collectible Ticket (284 points, 33 comments)
  18. 4663 points, 6 submissions: kaungsithuks
    1. New piece for The Rise of Skywalker (1372 points, 258 comments)
    2. The Mandalorian trailer to debut at D23 Expo on Friday, August 23. (1247 points, 93 comments)
    3. New look at Poe Dameron from the Resistance Reborn-exclusive poster. (715 points, 93 comments)
    4. The Rise of Skywalker special look debuted with over 1.6M views within the first hour of release. (604 points, 161 comments)
    5. Charles Soule, the author of the upcoming comic series, The Rise of Kylo Ren, reveals that he has another unannounced Star Wars story in store. (406 points, 16 comments)
    6. Star Wars Resistance season 2 trailer gives us a sneak peak at a place that is possibly connected to the world between worlds featured in Star Wars Rebels (check out the resemblance of the patterns). Maybe the final season of the latest animated show is bigger and more ambitious than it seems. (319 points, 33 comments)
  19. 4635 points, 6 submissions: bensolorgana
    1. Colin Trevorrow’s response to MSW article from yesterday (1991 points, 488 comments)
    2. The subtle way the Official SW Twitter dropped the trailer date (969 points, 98 comments)
    3. "Rey was looking for a parent figure and Luke just wasn't that for her" (473 points, 436 comments)
    4. Reminder that TFA title came out 5 days after wrap party and on a Thursday. Tomorrow would be 5 days after wrap party and a Thursday. Any chances we have a repeat? (433 points, 153 comments)
    5. ABC worker posts this today. Could we be getting some new soon? (419 points, 110 comments)
    6. Matt Smith apparently not in Episode IX (350 points, 242 comments)
  20. 4547 points, 8 submissions: chrlttvrn
    1. TRoS Visual Compendium (Every bit of footage put together in chronological order) (1379 points, 182 comments)
    2. The Rise of Skywalker Dolby Cinemas Poster (717 points, 155 comments)
    3. The Rise of Skywalker French promo poster (521 points, 28 comments)
    4. Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker - Spoiler Board V2.1 & looking back on an old rumor. (463 points, 270 comments)
    5. Here's an Episode IX Spoilerumor board I did. (462 points, 145 comments)
    6. Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker - Spoilerboard/Google Doc V2.0 (403 points, 128 comments)
    7. Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker - Spoiler Board/Google doc V1.2 (330 points, 196 comments)
    8. The Rise of Skywalker - Final Spoiler Guide (Spoilerboard + Video Compendium) (272 points, 463 comments)
  21. 4342 points, 8 submissions: themandalorianwolf
    1. John Boyega was adamant on more Finn involvement in TROS (1437 points, 399 comments)
    2. Age of Resistance Rey Comic cover (574 points, 64 comments)
    3. Anthony Daniels doing final ADR work for TROS (502 points, 81 comments)
    4. Hamilton meets Star Wars? JJ really is going non-stop! (403 points, 78 comments)
    5. The directors for each episode of The Mandalorian have been revealed (Not sure if this was posted yet) (393 points, 73 comments)
    6. Rey is officially confirmed not to be from Jakku (390 points, 173 comments)
    7. Badass shot of Finn from the TROS Featurette (336 points, 57 comments)
    8. John, Daisy, and Oscar BTW shot from the TROS Featurette (307 points, 39 comments)
  22. 4260 points, 7 submissions: Vitiate_
    1. Did the People's magazine add the face of Palpatine from Battlefront II? (1066 points, 116 comments)
    2. Richard E. Grant took inspiration from Peter Cushing to play Allegiant General Pryde (736 points, 72 comments)
    3. Adam Driver on GMA interview, asked about Bendemption. “What does he need to be redeemed for? He feels that he’s in the right.” (644 points, 347 comments)
    4. PEOPLE'S magazine cover (540 points, 91 comments)
    5. Andy Serkis says he knows backstory of Snoke. People's magazine. (508 points, 278 comments)
    6. New poster by illustrator Tracie Ching posted on official Star Wars accounts. (403 points, 38 comments)
    7. New Entertainment Weekly’s Star Wars Collector’s Edition. (363 points, 51 comments)
  23. 4058 points, 6 submissions: outlawnoah
    1. Old Wedge Antilles featured on Journey To The Rise Of Skywalker book cover. (1158 points, 155 comments)
    2. Kylo Ren’s TIE Fighter in TROS is called the “TIE WHISPER” (686 points, 195 comments)
    3. New trailer for The Mandalorian tonight! (656 points, 145 comments)
    4. Jon Favreau says The Mandalorian Season 1 is finished and that he’s currently writing Season 2. (649 points, 114 comments)
    5. The creature effects crew clothing from set has a lot of Light Blue/Teal on it including the Star Wars lettering. Confirmation that the IX logo will be blue? (589 points, 146 comments)
    6. Maz Kanata in the briefing shot from the trailer! (320 points, 115 comments)
  24. 4032 points, 3 submissions: The4thSniper
    1. Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker D23 Special Look (1936 points, 1170 comments)
    2. JUST ANNOUNCED: Hello there! Ewan McGregor will reprise his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi in an untitled series for #DisneyPlus! #D23Expo (1784 points, 180 comments)
    3. 'The Mandalorian' Will Feature Werner Herzog as a Villain (312 points, 71 comments)

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2019.09.01 15:14 nomadic-loon game day history: Minnesota vs LAFC (and teams of Greater LA Area's northern clubs)

Between LAFC and the Galaxy, there might be some overlapping soccer history with Minnesota. It’s easier to delineate the two New York teams as one plays in New Jersey. With the two LA teams, both are just off of US Interstate 110 (or as they say out there, “THE one-ten”) and less than 20 miles apart (which is 1 hour with traffic, 16 minutes without traffic). LAFC play in Exposition Park, north of the Galaxy who play in Carson. The only north/south dividing line may be “THE one-oh-five” freeway (Interstate-105), to give some separation for the purpose of this post. Exposition Park is also home to the historic LA Coliseum. The LA Coliseum is where LA professional soccer got started.
In 1967 there were two major pro leagues in the United states; the NPSL had the Los Angeles Toros, and the USA had the Los Angeles Wolves. Both teams played in the LA Coliseum. When it became known the two leagues would merge to become the NASL it was decided that having two teams in LA was not a good idea. So, the Toros moved to San Diego and the LA Wolves, who won the 1967 championship, remained as the sole LA representative in the NASL inaugural year. Unfortunately, they folded after just one NASL season.
In 1974, the LA Aztecs joined the NASL – perhaps one of the most talent-gifted teams in US pro history. They had superstars George Best, Johan Cruyff and Brazilian Luis Fernando (who scored 28 goals in 28 games); and won the NASL Championship in their first year. Yet in their 8-year existence, were shuffled amongst four different home stadiums. Their first year was at Weingart Stadium in the East Los Angeles College (north of interstate 105); then moved to El Camino College (south of interstate 105) and played at the old Murdock Stadium. This was the Aztec home when the Kicks joined the league in 1976. In 1977, they moved back north to the Los Angeles Coliseum, then to the Rose Bowl for two years, then back to the Coliseum.
There were seven Kicks games versus North-of-Interstate-105 Aztec teams with the Kicks winning four of the seven. The only Kicks game at the LA Coliseum was in 1977, with the Kicks winning 3-2. Steve Litt and Stan Cummins scored for the Kicks, but an LA own-goal provided the game winner. The LA Coliseum attendance was 7,049 compared to 28,284 at the Met in Bloomington a month later when the teams met again. In the 1978 game at Met Stadium, Alan Willey scored a hat trick – the 5th of his Minnesota career.
There were a couple of other LA area teams during the 70’s when the American Soccer League (1933-1983) tried to expand in the west. North of I-105 was the Santa Barbara Condors and Los Angeles Skyhawks. The Skyhawks won the ASL league title in 1976 beating New York Apollo. Future Minnesota Striker, Ken Fogarty, was a member of that Skyhawk team.
The Minnesota Thunder co-existed in the same league, but never played, teams north of I-105. This included the Montclair Standard Falcons (1994) and San Fernando Valley Golden Eagles (1994-1995). The one team the Thunder did meet was the Los Angeles Cobras (who were based at the first Aztec home in East LA, north of I-105).
In 1994, the Thunder and Cobras met in the USISL “sizzling nine” playoff format with the Thunder losing 3-2 in a shootout. The game was played in Raleigh, NC. I haven’t been able to find game notes of that match so if anyone knows who scored the goals or has attendance figures, please post. [FYI, the "sizzling nine" was divided into three round-robin groups, with group winners and a wildcard proceeding to the Final Four. Greensboro Dynamo, Dallas/Ft. Worth Toros and Birmingham Grasshoppers competed in the Greensboro Group, with Greensboro advancing. In the Charlotte group, Charleston Battery defeated Cocoa Expos and Chico Rooks to advance. In the Raleigh Group, Minnesota advanced after a 4-2 victory over Long Island Rough Riders and the 2-2 draw with the Los Angeles Cobras, which was won by L.A. in the shootout.]. The Cobras became the Los Angeles U-23 Salsa the following year but never met the Thunder.
With the introduction of LAFC, MLS is putting soccer back in the neighborhood where the LA Toros and Wolves played LA’s first pro soccer. Last year we lost the first meeting, but had a glorious 5-1 rout in the second game.
The overall record against “north of the Interstate 105 LA teams” is even at 5W-5L. Go Loons!
Updates on the list Players with Minnesota and the north-side of the Greater-Los Angeles area connections are welcome:
Mike Bailey – Los Angeles Wolves (1967) & Minnesota Kicks (1977-1978) – an English midfielder who played his first game in the United States in 1964 when England had a friendly against the USA at the Polo Grounds in New York. England won the game 10-0. Roger Hunt scored four goals, Fred Pickering had three goals, Terry Paine had two goals, and Bobby Charlton had the final goal. In 1967 Bailey was captain and one of the Wolverhampton Wanderers who filled the roster of the LA Wolves in the United Soccer Association. The entire team used players from Wolverhampton and LA won the league’s only title game defeating the Washington Whips (using all Aberdeen players). Ten years later, he was back in the USA playing for the Kicks with 2 assists in his 19 games. The Kicks were his only American team as he returned to England to finish his playing career with Hereford United. He then coached in England and Greece until 1996.
Alan Merrick – Kicks (1976-1979 & 1981) & Los Angeles Aztecs (1980) & Strikers coach (1984-1988) –was one of only two players to play in every Kicks game of the 1976 inaugural season and scored his very first goal with the Kicks against the Aztecs on June 26th, 1976 at El Camino College with 8,166 in attendance. He was the only Kick to play every game of the 1977 season, and his coaching career record as the Strikers’ coach was 107W-97L and 22W-19L for playoff games. He’s been a stellar promoter of soccer in the Twin Cities coaching several local teams and currently runs a soccer academy in Lakeville.
Peter Short – Kicks (1976-1977) & Los Angeles Aztecs (1979) – played 19 games for the Kicks and scored his only goal against the Washington Diplomats on June 18th, 1976 at Woodrow T Wilson High School with 6,501 in attendance. Short was shot and killed during a robbery of his business in Los Angeles (just a few blocks from where LAFC plays) in 1984.
Ken Fogarty – Los Angeles Skyhawks (1976) & Strikers (1984-1987) – played over 100 games with the Strikers and was part of the Strikers squad that transitioned from the NASL to MISL. But his journey to US soccer started when the American Soccer League expanded west to compete with the NASL in 1976 with the addition of the Los Angeles Skyhawks. Fogarty was a standout player in England with Stockport County FC when he was loaned to play for the Skyhawks. Their first season was in the 10,000-seat Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, California. They only lasted a year. He returned to the US in 1979 playing this time in the NASL with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers, moving with the team to Minnesota. Today he’s coaching at uScore soccer camps in Texas.
John McGrane – Los Angeles Aztecs (1977-1981) & Strikers (1984-1985) – a solid defender and another player on the Strikers squad that transitioned from the NASL to MISL. He’s also in the Canadian Hall-of-Fame and now the Vice-Chairman of the Forge FC club in Hamilton, Ontario. check him out here
Mike McLenaghen – Minnesota Kicks (1979-1980) & Aztecs (1982) – another solid Canadian defender who was a Kicks’ 1979 (#18 overall) draft pick. He later coached the Canadian National Team for seven years. Now he’s back in his hometown of Burnaby, British Columbia as the Activities Director of the Collingwood Neighbourhood House. He also co-created something called Collaborative Community Coaching (C3)™)
Chris Dangerfield – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1981) & Strikers (1984-1988) – scored 60 goals for the MISL Strikers plus another 9 goals in playoff games. Today he’s a TV analyst with the San Jose Earthquakes.
Bob Bolitho – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1980) & Strikers (1984) – was part of the Vancouver Whitecap player group who joined the Aztecs’ team for the first NASL indoor season. During his year with the Strikers, his only goal was May 19th at Wrigley Field in their 1-2 loss to the Chicago Sting. Nowadays he’s a real estate property manager in Charlotte, NC.
Neill Roberts – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979) & Strikers (1987-1988) & Thunder (1990) – had a very unusual gig with the Aztecs. In September and October of 1979, the Aztecs went on a European exhibition tour playing over a dozen friendlies. The team was supplemented with players from other NASL teams which included Roberts who was then a member of the Atlanta Chiefs. He scored during the Aztecs’ 2-1 win over Paris St. Germain, in Paris, September 18th in front of 9,000 fans. The other Aztecs’ goal was also scored by a supplemental addition, Clyde Best, who at the time was a member of the Portland Timbers. The crowd gave Johan Cruyff, the Aztecs’ Dutch star a 12-minute standing ovation when the teams were introduced. Roberts was with the Strikers when they folded in 1988, but stayed in Minnesota and was on Buzz Lagos’ new independent Thunder team in 1990. He was last known to be coaching youth soccer in the Tampa area.
Thomas Rongen – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1980) & Strikers (1984-1985) – was also part of the Strikers transition from the NASL outdoor to MISL indoor game. He had a low-key playing career but became a flamboyant coach at every level; from high school, to college, to professional, to national with the USA U20 team, and international with the American Samoa national team. He’s now an analyst with beIN and CBS sports.
Gary Etherington – Los Angeles Aztecs (1980) & Strikers (1984-1988) – is #2 (behind Alan Willey) in number of game appearances with the Strikers. He was a solid defenseman who scored his only Striker outdoor goal against the Vancouver Whitecaps in a 1984, 2-3 loss. He is one of the few field players to fill in as a substitute goaltender for the Strikers (playing under 2 minutes). He was last known to be selling soccer apparel in southern California.
Jens Peter Sawkins – Minnesota Kicks (1981 draft pick) & Los Angeles Kings (1981 draft pick) & Minnesota Strikers (1985 draft pick) – drafted by three teams! Out of high school at St. Paul Academy, the Kicks picked him for soccer and the Kings picked him for hockey. He went to Yale and played both; then was drafted by the Strikers when he graduated from college. He chose hockey but stayed in the minors with the New Haven Nighthawks, Toledo Goaldiggers, and Flint Spirit. After playing, he worked for Topps Chewing Gum and also was the St. Paul Academy Athletic Director for 3 years. Today he’s the Sports Marketing Director for the Hackley School in New York.
Ben Collins – Minnesota Strikers (1984-1985) & Los Angeles Aztecs (1988-1989) – was part of the Strikers transition from the NASL outdoor to MISL indoor game. All but one game (vs Tulsa Roughnecks) with the Strikers were in the indoor league. He retired out of San Diego in 1992 and ended up working for Whirlpool Corporation in Iowa; but not sure of his whereabouts today.
Tim Harris –Strikers (1987-1988) & California Kickers (1989) – provided goalkeeper Tino Lettieri some relief during the Strikers 1987-88 MISL season appearing in 16 of the 56 regular season games. The California Kickers were a Hollywood-based team that played in the Western Soccer Alliance. He played with them the year before the league merged with the American Soccer League to form the American Professional Soccer League. Today he’s the president of Business Operations for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Maxwell Griffin – San Fernando Valley Quakes (2006 & 2008) & Los Angeles Legends (2009) & Los Angeles Blues (2012) & Loons (2013) – scored his only goal for the Loons against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers during the 2013 fall season. The Quakes were a PDL team based in Calabasas that folded in 2008. The Legends, also in the PDL, played in East Los Angeles during Maxwell’s year there, folded as LA Laguna FC in 2016. The Blues played in Fullerton and were the first USL affiliate of LAFC, but are now in Irvine known as Orange County FC. Today Maxwell is a very successful media designer for Adidas footwear.
Devin Del Do – San Fernando Valley Quakes (2008) & Stars (2010-2012) – was also on the 2008 final PDL Quakes team. In Minnesota, he scored 9 goals during the short Stars era. Nowadays he’s an orthopedic implant consultant in LA.
Marcus Watson – Hollywood United (2008) & Thunder (2009) & Doxa Italia (2009-2010) & Ventura County Fusion (2010) & Hollywood United Hitmen (2011) & Los Angeles Misioneros (2012) – has the resume of a SoCal soccer vagabond. His first stint was with the Hollywood amateur team before playing one game for the Thunder against the Rochester Rhinos. He left the game with an injury at the 21-minute mark. Doxa Italia, in Manhattan Beach CA, was his next amateur team, then a year for the Ventura PDL team; then the NPSL version of the Hollywood Hitmen which went all the way to the NPSL final; and losing track of his playing career with the PDL Misioneros in Santa Ana. Marcus could be coaching in one of the Galaxy youth programs, but might wandering again.
Miguel Ibarra – Lancaster Rattlers (2008-2010) & Orange County Blue Star (2011) & Stars/Loons (2012-2015 & 2017-present) – started with the PDL Rattlers in the Antelope Valley of northern LA County. Now Miguel Ibarra is a Loon!!!... and is #1 in appearances for the team.
Christian Ramirez – Orange County Blue Star (2010-2012) & Loons (2014-2017) & LAFC (2018) – a certain Loons Hall-of-Famer (😊). The 2014 goal leader, 2015 goal leader, 2016 goal leader, and 2017 goal leader. He was sold to LAFC, but is now with Houston. Let’s hear your top 3 Ramirez memories!
Calum Mallace – Loons (2013) & LAFC (2018) – grew up in Mendota Heights and scored his only Loon goal on September 22nd, 2013 against FC Edmonton in the Loons 2-1 win in Edmonton with 3,143 in attendance. He was on a 12-game loan from Montreal at the time. With LAFC, he played in five games and is now playing with Austin Bold.
Ismaila Jome – Ventura County Fusion (2014-2015) & Loons (2016-2017) – raised in Brooklyn Center and product of the Prairie Seeds Academy, scored his only Loons goal on July 23rd, 2016 against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the Loons 3-1 win at the NSC with 8,379 in attendance. He’s now playing with the Colorado Springs Switchbacks.
Abu Danladi – Ventura County Fusion (2016) & Loons (2017-present) – was the Loons #1 draft pick. It’s time for him to score his first goal against an LA team.
Chase Gasper – FC Golden State Force (2016) & Loons (2019) – while at UCLA, played a few games with the PDL Force based in Whittier, CA; then went #15 overall in the MLS SuperDraft to the Loons.
Charlie Lyon – Loons (2017) & Orange County SC (2017) & LAFC (2018) – was a Loons 2017 trialist trying to break onto the new MLS team. He was on the bench as the backup goaltender with LAFC for both of last year’s games against the Loons. He’s now a special MLS on-call goalkeeper when teams don’t have a substituted goalkeeper available for games, currently doing time with Philadelphia.
A final connection: Carlos Vela's brother Alejandro made 9 appearances for the Loons in 2015.
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2019.03.15 22:15 HSerrata Derby Rosters

List of Derby Teams expected to compete in Dana Sharp's tournament.

Las Luchadoras:
Dana Sharp's sponsored Derby team.

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Bailey Martin / #06 Human Mermaid (Octopus) Card Mage
Jenny M. / #00 Human Cyber Craftsman: Programmer
Torque / #35 Human Elemental (Fire) Elementalist
Dread / #42 Mermaid (Shark) Cat (Tiger) Beastmaster
Dirge / #14 Fairy Unicorn Bard
Norma /#01 Human TBA Healer

Magi-Knights:
Team representing the top guild on the Violet server.

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Grace / #32 Human Unicorn Knight
Rook /#20 Human Gem (Diamond) Paladin
Thumper / #27 Angel Unicorn Healer
Infernal / #02 Demon Unicorn Wizard
LongArm / #21 Elf Mermaid (Octopus) Card Mage
Gremlin / #39 Elemental (Metal) Elemental (Fire) Craftsman: Blacksmith


Star Brigade:
Team representing the Star Academy.

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Jessie / #35 Human Gem (Diamond) Monk
Andy / #35 Human Elemental (Fire) Craftsman: Chef
Mark / #35 Human Unicorn Wizard
Rana / #54 Human Lizard Ninja
Margo / #00 Human Spider Craftsman: Tailor
Cassie / #35 Elf Mermaid Merchant

Clown Patrol:
Team representing the Bozo server.

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
LaughTrack / #42 (Red) Sime (Rubber) Elemental (Air) Clown
LaughTrack Human Unicorn Bard
WaterJet Mermaid Elemental (Water) Elementalist
Cookie Human Human Craftsman: Chef
SlimeMime Human Slime Monk
Soggy Human Slime Clown
Bull Minotaur Minotaur Clown

CyberRiot:

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Roger / #06 Human Cyber Craftsman: Programmer
Metro / #32 Gnome Cyber Bard
Sirius / #35 Dog (placeholder name) Cyber Craftsman: Armorsmith
Ciani / #20 Elf Cyber Librarian
TBA TBA TBA TBA
TBA TBA TBA TBA

Gravewatch:

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Justice Knight / #00 TBA TBA Knight
Oren / #47 TBA TBA TBA
Mundo / #37 TBA TBA Craftsman: Tailor
Hank Hyde / #21 TBA TBA Monk

Honeybees:

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Honey / #42 Slime TBA Monk
Willow / #10 Fairy Suneater Druid
Cherry / #35 TBA TBA TBA
J.J. / #33 Human Spider Thief
Morgan / #21 Human TBA Card Mage
Astrid / #23 TBA TBA TBA

Scavengers:

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Alliane /#35 TBA TBA Swordmage
Jonah /#02 TBA TBA Craftsman: Scribe
Thomas Moon / #23 TBA TBA Monk
Emma / #35 TBA TBA Spellslinger
Llina / #35 Elf Dragon Swordmage
Serena / #06 Mermaid Naga Monk

Aurelio's Sun arc

SoundCrowd:

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Bailey Martin / #06 Human Mermaid (Octopus) Card Mage
Jenny M. / #00 Human Cyber Craftsman: Programmer
Aury / #23 Human TBA Card Mage
Dread / #42 Mermaid (Shark) Cat (Tiger) Beastmaster
Dirge / #14 Fairy Unicorn Bard
Norma /#01 Human TBA Healer

Turbo Teens:

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Torque / #35 Human Elemental (Fire) Elementalist
DeLorean / #14 TBA TBA Gunslinger
Christine / #02 TBA TBA Healer
General Lee / #34 TBA TBA Thief
Kitt / TBA TBA TBA
Karr / TBA TBA TBA

Toku-High Saga

B-Squad:

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Felix / #46 TBA TBA TBA
Todd / #54 TBA TBA TBA
Abby / #33 TBA TBA TBA
Eury / #14 TBA TBA TBA
Lupe / #47 TBA TBA TBA
TBA TBA TBA TBA

Regal's Pride:

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Frank / #04 Human TBA Monk
Hector / #32 Human TBA Bard
Jasmine / #03 Human TBA Ranger
Ricky / #12 Human TBA Necromancer
Alanna / #32 Human TBA TBA
Paz / #34 Human TBA Knight

FearLeaders:

Name/Unique Race Soul Class
Emily / #21 Human Mermaid (Octopus) Card Mage
Mundo / #37 Human Suneater Druid
Kirk / #02 Human Elemental (Lightning) Wizard
Frost / #42 TBA TBA TBA
Keys / #42 TBA TBA TBA
Valentine / #27 TBA TBA TBA

Here's a list of races and classes available in the AlterNet. The race names aren't all finalized yet. Each race will have multiple variants, and each class will have multiple specs.

Available Races:
  1. Human
  2. Orc
  3. Troll
  4. Goblin
  5. Ogre
  6. Gnome
  7. Elf
  8. Dwarf
  9. Faun
  10. Minotaur
  11. Centaur
  12. Dog
  13. Cat
  14. Bird
  15. Fairy
  16. Angel
  17. Demon
  18. Reptile
  19. Lizard
  20. Naga
  21. Mermaid
  22. Suneater
  23. Elemental
  24. Gem
  25. Slime

Available Souls: All 25 Races +
Bonus Souls:
  1. Unicorn
  2. Vampire
  3. Werewolf
  4. Skeleton
  5. Cyber
  6. Dragon
  7. Spider
  8. Imp
  9. Banshee
  10. Mist

Available Classes:
  1. Knight
  2. Healer
  3. Bard
  4. Thief
  5. Lancer
  6. Ranger
  7. Wizard
  8. Necromancer
  9. Druid
  10. Paladin
  11. Merchant
  12. Craftsman
  13. Gunslinger
  14. Ninja
  15. Samurai
  16. Monk
  17. Elementalist
  18. Dancer
  19. Card Mage
  20. Spellslinger
  21. Berzerker
  22. Swordmage
  23. Librarian
  24. Clown
  25. Beastmaster
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FUNKO Garruk Wildspeaker Southern Hobby Supply Exclusive
FUNKO Chandra Nalaar
FUNKO Chandra Nalaar Hot Topic GitD Exclusive
FUNKO Nicol Bolas
World of Warcraft Pets and TCG cards Mischief, Soul of the Aspects, Blossiming Ancient, Cenarion Hatchling, Lil' XT, Lil' Ragnaros, Lil' KT, two TCG cards Sandbox Tiger and Slashdance and a 30 Day WoW EU Subscription code
TECH EVGA GTX 980ti
TECH EVGA GTX550ti (casing has a piece missing from a corner, doesn't effect performance)
TECH Blue Yeti Microphone
TECH Elgato Game Capture HD60 Pro
TECH Beats Mixr Headphones
TECH Arris SB6141 Cable Modem
TECH Netgear gigabit 5 port switch
TECH Netgear Powerline wireless extender set of 2
TECH Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8" LTE+Wifi ATT White 16GB
TECH 8GB Kindle Fire
CUSTOM MtG Jace vs Chandra Dual Deck Japanese Incinerate x2 pics
.:What I'd Like:.
Switch stuff, Offers, Lists
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2019.01.02 12:25 ruemeridian [US-OK][H] Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition X1, Pokemon Let's Go, Switch Game Cases, SNES Classic EU, iPhone 8+/Gold+Silver XS Max, Pusheen Box, LE/CE/SE Extras, Plushes, Coach Bags, High End Makeup, LE/CE extras, Tech, Funko [W] Switch Games, Consoles, Offers, Lists

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PHONE 256GB Gold iPhone XS Max, original box and accessories, clear spigen case, screen protector, wireless charger, ATT (received in a trade, confirmed to work on ATT)
PHONE 256GB Gold iPhone 8 Plus, original box and accessories, unique cases, wireless charger, ATT (received in a trade, confirmed to work on ATT)
PHONE 32GB Nextbit Robin Android Unlocked
SHOES Converse Chuck Taylor High Top Custom Ordered sz10
CE/LE Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood GameStop pre-order cloth poster
AUTOGRAPH Bray Wyatt Topps 2014
AUTOGRAPH Alkaline Trio 'My Shame is True' CD
SYSTEM CoolBaby/BitBoy Clone 129 in 1 handheld NES emulator
SWITCH Captain Toad's Treasure Tracker (case only)
SWITCH Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy (case only)
SWITCH Skyrim (case only)
SWITCH Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory (case only)
SWITCH Splatoon 2 (case only)
SWITCH Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (case only)
SWITCH Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (case only)
SWITCH Pokken Tournament DX (case only)
SWITCH Pokken Tournament DX (case only)
SWITCH Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle (case only)
SUB BOX Pusheen Spring 2018 #10 sealed
ACCESSORY Audiotrak ImAMP DAC w/ac adapter
ACCESSORY World of Warcraft TCG World Breaker Game Mat
PLUSH Pokémon20th Anniversary Winking Pikachu
PLUSH Pokémon Fennekin
PLUSH Pokémon Froakie
PLUSH Pokémon Chespin
PLUSH Pokéball
.:Books/Maps/etc:.
Fallout 4 Vault Dwellers Survival Guide (not hardcover)
Super Mario Maker Idea Book
GTA 5 World Map
J-Stars Vitctory VS+ Compendium (preorder bonus)
The Art of the Trading Card Game: World of Warcraft Trading Card Game Volume 1
PLUSH Angora Rabbit (Story of Seasons preorder bonus)
PLUSH Urara Kasugano Plush from Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo!
PLUSH Incredible Mickey (Disney/Marvel crossover Incredible Hulk/Mickey Mouse) new
.:Nintendo Collectibles:.
PLUSH Giant Oversized Boo Plush Front/Side
.:Limited Editions:.
PC World of Warcraft Legion CE items, soundtrack (sealed), art book (sealed), mouse pad (unused)
SWITCH Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild SE, Box, Map, Coin, Soundtrack NO GAME or CASE
3DS Stella Glow LE NO GAME
PS4 The Order 1886 steelbook NO GAME
PS4 Project Cars Steelbook x3 NO GAME
PS4 Final Fantasy X/X2 HD LE box and calendar NO GAME
PS4 No Man's Sky LE NO GAME
PS4 Grand Kingdom LE NO GAME
Wii Kirby's Dream Collection SE Box and Art book NO GAME or SOUNDTRACK
.:Games and Accessories:.
ACCESSORY Japanese n3DS Charging Cradle white
ACCESSORY Gateway3DS Red Cart
ACCESSORY Kid Icarus: Uprising Stand and AR cards (sealed cards)
VITA Sly Cooper Thieves in Time PSN Key
VITA LEGO Movie PSN Key
X1 14 day Xbox Live
X1 1 Month Xbox Game Pass
X1 Minecraft + Expansion code (villains, redstone specialists, biome settlers 1 and 2) - X1 Key
PC Dauntless Slayer Founder Pack
PC Assassin's Creed
PC Bit.Trip Beat
PC COGS
PC RWBY
PC Killing Floor
PC Tropico 4 Collectors Bundle
PC Beat Hazard Ultra Booster Pack
PC Brutal Legend Booster Pack
PC Psychonauts Booster Pack
360 Official Black AV cables loose
360 Third Party AV+VGA cables loose
.:OtheMisc Tech/Electronics:.
PLAYMATES Voltron '84 Classic Lions Set Complete unopened
FUNKO Fish Mooney Damaged Box/OoB
FUNKO Garruk Wildspeaker Southern Hobby Supply Exclusive
FUNKO Chandra Nalaar
FUNKO Chandra Nalaar Hot Topic GitD Exclusive
FUNKO Nicol Bolas
World of Warcraft Pets and TCG cards Mischief, Soul of the Aspects, Blossiming Ancient, Cenarion Hatchling, Lil' XT, Lil' Ragnaros, Lil' KT, two TCG cards Sandbox Tiger and Slashdance and a 30 Day WoW EU Subscription code
TECH EVGA GTX 980ti
TECH EVGA GTX550ti (casing has a piece missing from a corner, doesn't effect performance)
TECH Blue Yeti Microphone
TECH Elgato Game Capture HD60 Pro
TECH Beats Mixr Headphones
TECH Arris SB6141 Cable Modem
TECH Netgear gigabit 5 port switch
TECH Netgear Powerline wireless extender set of 2
TECH Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8" LTE+Wifi ATT White 16GB
TECH 8GB Kindle Fire
CUSTOM MtG Jace vs Chandra Dual Deck Japanese Incinerate x2 pics
.:What I'd Like:.
Switch Games, Consoles, Offers
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2019.01.01 04:10 MrDude65 2019 Wish List

With the year ending, thought it might be good to write up a list of the things I'm hoping to see from Topps in 2019. Gonna try to avoid more personal things like "More Qui-Gon!" or "Dang it, Billy and Mira, get back on the air!" and try to focus both on content and the app meta.
So, anyway, here goes!
2019 Wish List (In no particular order):
1 More Meaningful Gilded
2 Re-Introduction of old sets
3 Pack Art Needs To Die
4 A more involved Topps
5 More Community Events!
6 Better sorting
7 Stop the "Endless" sets!
8 Fewer Super awards
9 Release more limited count sets, please!
10 Make some desirable F2P content
So, there it is, my big wishlist for this app and community in 2019. I have more, but 10 is just such a nice number for these types of lists, I figure I'll leave it there.
What do you think? Agree? Disagree? Have some wishes of your own for the new year? Let's hear them!
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2018.12.29 04:38 ruemeridian [US-OK][H] Blizzard Credit, Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition X1, Pokemon Let's Go, Switch Game Cases, SNES Classic EU, iPhone 8+/Gold+Silver XS Max, Pusheen Box, LE/CE/SE Extras, Plushes, Coach Bags, High End Makeup, LE/CE extras, Tech, Funko [W] Switch Games, Consoles, Offers, Lists

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SWITCH Pokemon Let's Go Eevee w/Pokeball Plus
CE/LE Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition X1 new, shipping box unopened
PHONE 256GB Silver iPhone XS Max, original box and accessories, tempered glass screen protector installed, ATT (B1G1 promo)
PHONE 256GB Gold iPhone XS Max, original box and accessories, clear spigen case, screen protector, wireless charger, ATT (received in a trade, confirmed to work on ATT)
PHONE 256GB Gold iPhone 8 Plus, original box and accessories, unique cases, wireless charger, ATT (received in a trade, confirmed to work on ATT)
PHONE 32GB Nextbit Robin Android Unlocked
SHOES Converse Chuck Taylor High Top Custom Ordered sz10
CE/LE Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood GameStop pre-order cloth poster
AUTOGRAPH Bray Wyatt Topps 2014
AUTOGRAPH Alkaline Trio 'My Shame is True' CD
SYSTEM CoolBaby/BitBoy Clone 129 in 1 handheld NES emulator
SWITCH Captain Toad's Treasure Tracker (case only)
SWITCH Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy (case only)
SWITCH Skyrim (case only)
SWITCH Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory (case only)
SWITCH Splatoon 2 (case only)
SWITCH Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (case only)
SWITCH Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (case only)
SWITCH Pokken Tournament DX (case only)
SWITCH Pokken Tournament DX (case only)
SWITCH Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle (case only)
SUB BOX Pusheen Spring 2018 #10 sealed
ACCESSORY Audiotrak ImAMP DAC w/ac adapter
ACCESSORY World of Warcraft TCG World Breaker Game Mat
PLUSH Pokémon20th Anniversary Winking Pikachu
PLUSH Pokémon Fennekin
PLUSH Pokémon Froakie
PLUSH Pokémon Chespin
PLUSH Pokéball
.:Books/Maps/etc:.
Fallout 4 Vault Dwellers Survival Guide (not hardcover)
Super Mario Maker Idea Book
GTA 5 World Map
J-Stars Vitctory VS+ Compendium (preorder bonus)
The Art of the Trading Card Game: World of Warcraft Trading Card Game Volume 1
PLUSH Angora Rabbit (Story of Seasons preorder bonus)
PLUSH Urara Kasugano Plush from Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo!
PLUSH Incredible Mickey (Disney/Marvel crossover Incredible Hulk/Mickey Mouse) new
.:Nintendo Collectibles:.
PLUSH Giant Oversized Boo Plush Front/Side
.:Limited Editions:.
PC World of Warcraft Legion CE items, soundtrack (sealed), art book (sealed), mouse pad (unused)
SWITCH Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild SE, Box, Map, Coin, Soundtrack NO GAME or CASE
3DS Stella Glow LE NO GAME
PS4 The Order 1886 steelbook NO GAME
PS4 Project Cars Steelbook x3 NO GAME
PS4 Final Fantasy X/X2 HD LE box and calendar NO GAME
PS4 No Man's Sky LE NO GAME
PS4 Grand Kingdom LE NO GAME
Wii Kirby's Dream Collection SE Box and Art book NO GAME or SOUNDTRACK
.:Games and Accessories:.
ACCESSORY Japanese n3DS Charging Cradle white
ACCESSORY Gateway3DS Red Cart
ACCESSORY Kid Icarus: Uprising Stand and AR cards (sealed cards)
VITA Sly Cooper Thieves in Time PSN Key
VITA LEGO Movie PSN Key
X1 14 day Xbox Live
X1 1 Month Xbox Game Pass
X1 Minecraft + Expansion code (villains, redstone specialists, biome settlers 1 and 2) - X1 Key
PC Dauntless Slayer Founder Pack
PC Assassin's Creed
PC Bit.Trip Beat
PC COGS
PC RWBY
PC Killing Floor
PC Tropico 4 Collectors Bundle
PC Beat Hazard Ultra Booster Pack
PC Brutal Legend Booster Pack
PC Psychonauts Booster Pack
360 Official Black AV cables loose
360 Third Party AV+VGA cables loose
.:OtheMisc Tech/Electronics:.
PLAYMATES Voltron '84 Classic Lions Set Complete unopened
FUNKO Fish Mooney Damaged Box/OoB
FUNKO Garruk Wildspeaker Southern Hobby Supply Exclusive
FUNKO Chandra Nalaar
FUNKO Chandra Nalaar Hot Topic GitD Exclusive
FUNKO Nicol Bolas
World of Warcraft Pets and TCG cards Mischief, Soul of the Aspects, Blossiming Ancient, Cenarion Hatchling, Lil' XT, Lil' Ragnaros, Lil' KT, two TCG cards Sandbox Tiger and Slashdance and a 30 Day WoW EU Subscription code
TECH EVGA GTX 980ti
TECH EVGA GTX550ti (casing has a piece missing from a corner, doesn't effect performance)
TECH Blue Yeti Microphone
TECH Elgato Game Capture HD60 Pro
TECH Beats Mixr Headphones
TECH Arris SB6141 Cable Modem
TECH Netgear gigabit 5 port switch
TECH Netgear Powerline wireless extender set of 2
TECH Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8" LTE+Wifi ATT White 16GB
TECH 8GB Kindle Fire
CUSTOM MtG Jace vs Chandra Dual Deck Japanese Incinerate x2 pics
.:What I'd Like:.
Switch Games, Consoles, Offers
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