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NZ Sports Card Directory

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BREAKERS

CONTENT CREATORS

GRADING (NZ)

FACEBOOK GROUPS

WEBSITES/STORES

RESOURCES (International)

  • 130 Point https://130point.com/ Baseball, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Racing, Hockey and AFL Checklists, Set Info, Redemptions and Analysis.
  • Becketthttps://www.beckett.com/ Price and buy cards, grade and organize. Checklists and various other information.
  • Blowout Cardshttps://www.blowoutcards.com/ Blowout offers an industry-leading forum used by over forty thousand collectors around the world, a hobby blog updated daily, live online box breaks, active social media channels and creative promotions that can help you enjoy your hobby for less.
  • Cardboard Connectionhttps://www.cardboardconnection.com/ Sports & Trading Card Checklist and other info
  • Cardladder https://www.cardladder.com/ Track and grow your collection with comprehensive analytics for 20,330 cards, including sales data from 15 sources and population reports from PSA, BGS, and SGC. From the same platform, you can discover new cards, buy them, and consume your favorite content.
  • COMC (Check Out My Cards)https://www.comc.com/ Build one order over time from multiple sellers, pay shipping once, and receive your cards in one package.
  • Trading Card Databasehttps://www.tcdb.com/ The Trading Card Database is an archive of trading cards and all things trading card related. It is maintained via crowdsourcing with the goal of having a shared resource that not only preserves the hobby and its history, but also benefits collectors across the globe.
  • Wax Pack Herohttps://waxpackhero.com/ Your home for sports card info, checklists, and reflections on our sports heroes of yesterday.

GRADING (USA)

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2 thoughts on “NZ Sports Card Directory

  1. Hi there

    I have some rugby league cards from the 90’s as a set. “Origin men of steel” I am looking to shift them. What New Zealand or Australian collector would be most suitable?

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