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Thank you Estephano and Wolfie, it's very nice.

(Estephano, you speak a very good French ! Thumb Up )

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Je suis franco-allemand. Ma mère est Française et c'est pour ça que mes parents m'ont grandit trilingual (Allemand, Français et Anglais). Les avantages du plurilinguisme... Wink
 
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Je suis franco-allemand. Ma mère est Française et c'est pour ça que mes parents m'ont grandit trilingual (Allemand, Français et Anglais). Les avantages du plurilinguisme... Wink


salut, si jamais tu recherches des autocards, costumes ou binder, j'ai du matos à échanger ; je recherche tout (binder,auto,costume,etc...) sur james bond !! a +
 
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Je suis franco-allemand. Ma mère est Française et c'est pour ça que mes parents m'ont grandit trilingual (Allemand, Français et Anglais). Les avantages du plurilinguisme... Wink


Oh, c'est génial, j'aimerai pouvoir faire pareil !
Je me débrouilles un peu en anglais, mais c'est tout. Bravo à toi. Wink

For Us members : Oh, it's cool ! I would like doing the same thing ! I speak and understand English a little bit, but that's all.
Congrats to you. Wink

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salut, si jamais tu recherches des autocards, costumes ou binder, j'ai du matos à échanger ; je recherche tout (binder,auto,costume,etc...) sur james bond !! a +


Pardon 007sergei, mais c'est à Estephano ou à moi que tu t'adresses ?
(Ton site a l'air cool !! Si tu cherches des cards de sets ou des inserts de James Bond, j'en ai que j'ai trouvé en double (Bond Villains, Bond Girls Are Forever, Motion, Bond Extra n°22, cards parallels "50th Anniversary"...) et sur d'autres sujets également.
Si ça peut aider. Wink (En France, c'est pareil qu'en Allemagne, c'est pas trop la culture, les gens ne connaissent pas trop les trading cards. Je trouve plutôt mon bonheur aux USA, UK ou Australie ou Canada.

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For US Members : 007sergei, your website look like cool !! I have extra cards in duplica on "James Bond" and others.
In France, Trading cards aren't business, it's difficult to find it. So I bought in USA, UK, Australia and Canada.

Oh, by the way, sorry for my mistakes in English. I try to do my best. Frown

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salut, si jamais tu recherches des autocards, costumes ou binder, j'ai du matos à échanger ; je recherche tout (binder,auto,costume,etc...) sur james bond !! a +


Pardon 007sergei, mais c'est à Estephano ou à moi que tu t'adresses ?
(Ton site a l'air cool !! Si tu cherches des cards de sets ou des inserts de James Bond, j'en ai que j'ai trouvé en double (Bond Villains, Bond Girls Are Forever, Motion, Bond Extra n°22, cards parallels "50th Anniversary"...) et sur d'autres sujets également.
Si ça peut aider. Wink (En France, c'est pareil qu'en Allemagne, c'est pas trop la culture, les gens ne connaissent pas trop les trading cards. Je trouve plutôt mon bonheur aux USA, UK ou Australie ou Canada.

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For US Members : 007sergei, your website look like cool !! I have extra cards in duplica on "James Bond" and others.
In France, Trading cards aren't business, it's difficult to find it. So I bought in USA, UK, Australia and Canada.

Oh, by the way, sorry for my mistakes in English. I try to do my best. Frown


salut piperh33, je m'adresse à vous deux :-) !! y a tellement peu de collectionneur francophone ! tu peux me contacter sur mon adresse email pour s'informer et éventuellement échanger des cartes !! amitié,serge
 
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I finally grabbed my "grail" card from Ebay last week, the elusive dual Wynter/McCarthy auto from Breygent's Sci-Fi & Horror Series One set, and for less than fifty bucks, no less!




Yeah, I know that all of the autos from that set "book" for $25, but I never thought I'd get this one south of $100, much less 50! Happy!! Dance

Now the set is DONE: all the autos (including the 8x10 Chapman), all the promos (including the 8x10's) plus the binder and binder cards. I don't have a sketch from all of the artists but that's OK, as I'm picky about the sketches I collect. The one I do have from the set is by some guy with the initials "SP". It's pretty nice. Wink Big Grin

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Well done Debi, that is a great card, I have that one in a frame. Smile

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Well done Debi, that is a great card, I have that one in a frame. Smile

Thanks Wolfie! I was pretty pumped when the auction was over and I'd won.
It's defintely a card worth framing and displaying! Thumb Up

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I never heard of that card, but I really like it!

Kind of looks like they're ice skating, doesn't it?
 
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I'm so excited about this one! I got a Guild Bladezz autograph card (in the Guild character outfit) for BIN $23.99 free shipping!! I was totally expecting him to send the regular card that maybe he made a mistake about which card to list at that price.

But I received it today, a beautiful Bladezz autograph and it's got all the security stuff from Cryptozoic so it is authentic. Whoohoo!! I'll have to post a pic later.

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I'm so excited about this one! I got a Guild Bladezz autograph card (in the Guild character outfit) for BIN $23.99 free shipping!! I was totally expecting him to send the regular card that maybe he made a mistake about which card to list at that price.

But I received it today, a beautiful Bladezz autograph and it's got all the security stuff from Cryptozoic so it is authentic. Whoohoo!! I'll have to post a pic later.


Wow Jessica, that's amazing. Congrats!!

I'm so jealous, I still need to find one of those Smile
 
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Woohoo, just made great deals on two cards that I was wanting for quite some time now! I got Tony Shalhoub ("Monk") on the 2002 Inkworks 'Men in Black' auto card A4 for only $15.78 and four-time Academy Award winner Stan Winston on the 1998 Inkworks 'Small Soldiers' auto card S4 for only $6.50 Clap Bouncey Clap Bouncey

Really happy now to add these two cards to my collection, even nicer that the price for them was really decent Thumb Up



 
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My best in recent months was the dual autograph card from Charmed Destiny for less than £50. I was pleased as Punch. I thought to myself "that's the way to do it"
 
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Been plugging away at Game of Thrones S2, my best wins I think were the Natalie Dormer auto (one of my most wanted) for just over £10 and Rose Leslie for £13.
Best of all from UK sellers so no high shipping costs or worrying about Customs charges Big Grin

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Hit the jackpot with a Marvel 70th box...


 
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Wow - WELL DONE, you deserved that for the amount of boxes you've opened. Wish we had found that during the mid night Philly Case break Smile That must be one of the VERY BEST Finds
 
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Well done mate!! It looks like Brian Kong, correct? How rare is it to pull a 16 card puzzle?? I will have a pint in your honor today at lunch!! Wavey Thumb Up

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Well done mate!! It looks like Brian Kong, correct? How rare is it to pull a 16 card puzzle?? I will have a pint in your honor today at lunch!! Wavey Thumb Up


Absolutely right, Brian Kong it is. Have 16 pints - one for each card Clap
 
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Well done mate!! It looks like Brian Kong, correct? How rare is it to pull a 16 card puzzle?? I will have a pint in your honor today at lunch!! Wavey Thumb Up


Absolutely right, Brian Kong it is. Have 16 pints - one for each card Clap


He has had at least 5 already!!!
 
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