Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Trade Stack 43: Welcome Back Old Friend

Here is how this works:
Every so often (i.e. whenever I feel like it), I will add a card to a "Trade Stack".  Whenever the stack becomes appealing enough to someone, that person needs to comment on the post saying they'd like to claim the stack AND tell me which card they are sending off of my want list.  That's all you have to do - trade me ONE card (or more, of course) card from my want list for the entire stack of cards that I'm offering.  Each time, it will be first come, first serve...so act quickly (unless of course you are a gambler and hope to wait it out until there are 10+ cards in the stack that you want in exchange for a single 2004 UD Vintage card that I am looking for)!

The Trade Stack:
Last update:  11/28/12

This is the 201st post that uses the Trade Stack label.  It also marks the beginning of the 43rd trade stack here at my blog.  As far as I am concerned, both of those numbers are relatively staggering - especially when you consider the fact that I haven't done a Trade Stack post since July of this year!  For those of you who are new to my blog, the Trade Stack concept is a simple one.  I put a card (or multiple cards) in a stack and then post what card(s) I have added.  If no one claims the stack, then at some point in the future (could be hours, could be a day, could be a week), I add another card (or cards) to the stack.  We keep repeating the process until eventually someone claims the stack.  To claim the stack, all you need to do is offer me any ONE card (though you can trade more than one card of course) from my want list.  As you can see from the trade stack history (listed at the bottom of the post), many stacks are claimed after a single card, but occasionally the stack grows to double digits!

Today's stack starts with a parallel card from a mostly forgotten (but not nearly so terrible as some people seem to think) set - Topps National Chicle.  Remember, act fast if you want the stack - or else you risk me adding another card to the stack that someone else wants and then you lose the full stack!  


2010 Topps National Chicle:
National Chicle back parallel:
222.  Lou Brock - Cardinals


Want the card(s) in the stack?  Act fast - tell me which card you will send me off my want list in the comments below!  You must leave a comment on the trade stack post in order to claim the card - no more claims via email!  If no one claims this card within a reasonable amount of time (a few hours up to a few days, depending) - I'll add another card to the stack and the process will start again!


Previously Claimed Trade Stacks:
Stack 01:  2 cards by dayf
Stack 02:  8 cards by Justin
Stack 03:  17 cards by Cam
Stack 04:  4 cards by Cam
Stack 05:  9 cards by Daily Dimwit
Stack 06:  4 cards by The Lost Collector
Stack 07:  1 card by Baseball Dad
Stack 08:  1 card by M. Spiegel
Stack 09:  6 cards by bwsmith25
Stack 10:  6 cards by Baseball Dad
Stack 11:  1 card by Patrick
Stack 12:  5 cards by Matt B.
Stack 13:  4 cards by Steve G.
Stack 14:  3 cards by ShaneK
Stack 15:  7 cards by Ryan G
Stack 16:  1 card by longlivethewho
Stack 17:  4 cards by hiflew
Stack 18:  4 cards by Potch
Stack 19:  2 cards by Axemanohio
Stack 20:  5 cards by by Play at the Plate
Stack 21:  5 cards by BA Benny
Stack 22:  1 card by IkesCards
Stack 23:  8 cards by Axemanohio
Stack 24:  1 card by BA Benny
Stack 25:  2 cards by Jeff P.
Stack 26:  10 cards by Axemanohio
Stack 27:  1 card by BA Benny
Stack 28:  7 cards by ThingsAreFunnerHere
Stack 29:  3 cards by TheBrooklynMet
Stack 30:  4 cards by Adam C.
Stack 31:  10 cards by Play at the Plate
Stack 32:  8 cards by Josh D.
Stack 33:  6 cards by Baseball Dad
Stack 34:  1 card by Potch
Stack 35:  9 cards by Cool Breeze
Stack 36:  11 cards by Kev 
Stack 37:  6 cards by Tunguska
Stack 38:  12 cards by Baseball Dad
Stack 39:  8 cards by Spiegel83
Stack 40:  1 card by Kyle4KC
Stack 41:  4 cards by dayf
Stack 42:  1 card by AdamE
Stack 43:  ?? by ??

1 comments:

madding said...

I'd like to claim the Brock card. I have 2009 Topps Heritage #711 and #719 from your want list for starters. Perhaps we can turn this into a bigger trade. Let me know.

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