My brother just gave me all his old hockey cards and memoribilia. I have nr-mt cards from 1954 parkhurst to 1961 topps and opee-chee most card sets are almost complete....9 cards missing at most with many doubles some of the rarer cards are a King Clancy greenback, Howe 2 Sawchuck 3 Bower 7 Horton 3 Richard 2 Beliveau 2 rookies. I also have 208 beehives as well as first 18 issues of blueline magazine including issue one volumn one.... as well as many old maple leaf gardens tickets programs and other hockey magazines........Not looking to sell them just damn proud of what I have. Been collecting since I was a kid of 8 am now 52 Bother is 72 collected since he was 10 ....amazing shape for most of the cards however some look a little tattered. Also have a Olympia letterhead page with the entire 61 redwings autographs. howe sawchuck able delvechio pronovost..... absolutly amazing stuff..... I never knew he had most of it. I know he has tons of baseball cards from 52 on ....yes all the big ones there as well. Oh ya and new to this forum as well...... Incidently I sent the clancy greenback back to my brother......he had no idea of its value and neither did I until the toronto card show, so he is going to keep it and will it to his grand kids so dont bother trying to find it
I will post some pics of the cards as soon as I get home.... I am at my store right now.......Salt water aquarium store not a card shop. But I do give store credit for nice memoribilia. LOL I assume I just use photobucket at the bottom of this?
I am a newbie to the forum
Sign up @ photobucket (www.photobucket.com)and download your pic's there.
Then, sign in here ~ click on the Photobucket.com tab at the bottom of the posting page and it will take you to the pictures you have downloaded. Every picture you download at photobucket will provide you with 4 codes (for different applications)~ i use the img code for this site. (copy and then paste the code) Always do a preview to see if it works or not. There's a couple of different ways to do it, but if memory serves me correctly that's how i do it.