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Old 02-13-2018, 04:44 AM
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I heard Rookie-Parade on ebay has great stuff
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I've ordered from Battersbox and BBCE this week for a few low cost needs I had. Will check out the Sirius Sports Auctions account - thanks for the heads up.

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There are many outstanding options, but 3 eBay vendors that I have found to be outstanding for clear card photos, accurate representation of condition and fast shipment are:
- Battersbox
- Baseball Card Exchange
- Sirius Sports Auctions

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I've bought from Battersbox and Sirius several times and would recommend them. I would stay away from a couple of others. As I said, there's a couple, including 1 listed in this thread, that bids on their own items.

But I'm mainly looking to trade. So I don't buy too much. The only things I've bought recently are a graded Clemente RC, a graded Rose RC and a couple of other cards. So not too much buying.

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There are many outstanding options, but 3 eBay vendors that I have found to be outstanding for clear card photos, accurate representation of condition and fast shipment are:
- Battersbox
- Baseball Card Exchange
- Sirius Sports Auctions

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www.californiasportscards.com

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Over time, I have probably become spoiled in regards to online card shopping as most of the larger ebay sellers now offer front and back images of their cards.... unless I missed it on these two sites, there appear to be only a few stock images of the cards that they are offering.
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Old 02-23-2018, 01:16 PM
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Very informative thread. I have had good results from battersbox and clean sweep online store. I have been on California card's website but they don't show you the card you want to buy. EBay's shipping prices to Canada is too expensive.
My more recent card buying has been right here at Net54. Great cards, fair prices and reasonable mailing costs. Glad I joined
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If you're in Canada and you don't like Global Shipping (cause who would), you may want to look at the COMC Mailbox service:
https://www.comc.com/mailbox

For much smaller fees than GSP, you can have a US address to mail your cards to. Then COMC will catalog them, make sure they're the right cards in the right condition, and hold them until you want them to be mailed to Canada. For small lots (under 20 cards) it's cheaper than GSP. Plus, it enables you to buy off eBay which is where the lion's share of cards are.
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The old fashion way Flea Markets and Garage Sales they show up every once in a while

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