I finally have an accurate tradelist for non-sports cards! I had what I thought was an accurate list, but after receiving several trade requests where I could not find the cards, I knew I had to totally overhaul it. That is now complete, and my non-sports tradelist is now totally accurate for the first time ever.
The list is not particularly large- 1,367 cards. That is due to two factors, being a) I mostly stayed away from non-sports between 1996 and 2010, and b) I only listed perfect cards. Any cards with damage- being either a weak corner, scratches, dents, or anything else that keeps them from being perfect- they did not go on the list. Honestly, some of the flaws I rejected cards for are so minor that most people would probably not even notice them, but I am not going to tell somebody I have a card, send it to them, and then have them be disappointed because the card is not all they were hoping for...when you get a trade from me, you won't have to look for an upgrade. (I actually rejected more NASCAR cards for flaws than I put on my tradelist, but luckily the number I rejected for non-sports is only about 2/3rds of what I accepted)
Here is the list of sets I have available on my tradelist:
To see the cards on the tradelist, simply click on any place the word tradelist appears in this post, or... CLICK ME
For trading with me...I will take anything. It doesn't have to be on my wantlist, it doesn't have to be non-sports, basketball or NASCAR. I'll take literally anything. I don't care what. It doesn't even have to be cards. I basically won't turn down any trade. The one thing I will NOT do is sell. I'm quite proud of the fact that I am in my 28th year in the hobby and I've never sold a single card, not even a duplicate...and I have no intention of changing that.
Here is a look inside the reject box-