Sunday 09/09/2012, 16:55

This may seem confusing but it's pretty simple.  I'm willing to pay well over market price for any very very old card in your collection. This is how to do it:

First: Go to your collection, and sort your collection by date ascending, and find your oldest Non-cr card. (it should be the first non-cr at the top of your collection)

Second: find your card number (if you scroll over the card it should show you the card number) write down that exact number. 

Third: send me a PM with the card name and that exact card number for that spesific card.  
If it is a VERY low number I will be willing to pay well over whatever the market value is for that card. 

Lastly: enjoy your clintz.

Again, to be clear, I am only looking for extremely old non-cr cards. 

Tuesday 11/09/2012, 16:39

So far most offers have been of cards around #1M+

I'm really only looking for cards with id #s older than my own. In the couple hundred thousand range or older (smaller #s)

Tuesday 11/09/2012, 16:44
I don't get it. How to determine number of my card?
id_pj=#2343444-3 - this number is way too long, but card history starts in 2006.

Tuesday 11/09/2012, 19:29

Actually that is a pretty old one.
The 23 at the beginning isn't the #of the card, the #s after are. So yours is card #43,400 I'd be willing to buy it. PM me.

Tuesday 11/09/2012, 19:43

PM sent
The oldest cards should have a #23 prefix.
Example #2343444
Is the # 43,444 card ever created in the game.

Tuesday 11/09/2012, 21:13

Tuesday 11/09/2012, 22:59

Wednesday 12/09/2012, 05:42

You only want cards with the numbers 43 after the first two digits?

Wednesday 12/09/2012, 11:02

@Mr_BigNiN_WMD: they don't start with #23, but with #, since # is a representation of #

I don't know if you are interested, but my Lao Cr is 71,546:
Then I have Vickie Cr 347,948 and Melluzine above 3,000,000

Wednesday 12/09/2012, 11:28

Does that count as old as well?

Wednesday 12/09/2012, 16:35

I just bought this Pulsar for 8k+ in trade. These are the kind of cards I'm interested in.


A good indicator of very old cards is if there sales history goes back to 2006.

Keep your old old cards coming.
Thanks mods


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