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Looking for geocachers who trade in personal geocaching trading cards

 

The 7th trading card by GeoLobo and Bluegirl (Blueline Geocachers) has been released.

 

http://www.bluelinegeocachers.org/images/tradingcards/geolobo_bluegirl_get_married_2011.jpg'>http://www.bluelinegeocachers.org/images/tradingcards/geolobo_bluegirl_get_married_2011.jpg

You can view all previous cards here:

 

http://www.bluelinegeocachers.org/images/tradingcards

 

If anyone in the geoaching community trades personal trading cards, please contact me (outside the forum please)

 

thanks

 

geolobo

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Those are really nice cards! I've never seen personal geocaching trading cards, although we've cached in quite a few states along the east coast, including a few caches in New York. I would certainly be happy to find a personal sig item like those.

 

A trend I've noticed in our area (northern Virginia) is that almost all the new caches are nanos and micros, with no space for trading anything! We have some photo cards, made up for me when I worked at a print shop a few years back, that we leave if we do find a cache big enough to put one inside.

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Who created these cards? Do you have a geo-nick?

 

Were they produced commercially or on a personal printer?

 

Was this them?

 

http://www.fieldtripswithsue.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/IMG_3767.jpg

 

or these

 

http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?guid=72e1b230-5bf0-4e41-984c-d200b1933a4d

 

They are all like that second link. They were produced for the Going Coastal Mega Event and most people used them as sig items. They were printed professionally and are very much like a sports trading card.

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i noticed on facebook you have a trading card i would like to get one and have a trading card of my own to swap. if interested let me know at rgraythen9@netscape.net thanks richard

Those are really nice cards! I've never seen personal geocaching trading cards, although we've cached in quite a few states along the east coast, including a few caches in New York. I would certainly be happy to find a personal sig item like those.

 

A trend I've noticed in our area (northern Virginia) is that almost all the new caches are nanos and micros, with no space for trading anything! We have some photo cards, made up for me when I worked at a print shop a few years back, that we leave if we do find a cache big enough to put one inside.

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