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This page is a little eye-candy to give you an inkling of the size of our collection and a small sampling of the kinds of cards and other items you will find in our mixed card lots and other online sales.

Over the years Tuck’s Cards has accumulated a massive collection of sports and non-sports trading cards by acquiring small and large collections from local garage and estate sales, online auctions, and other sources.  
As is the nature of purchasing bulk collections, the unexpected treasures are endless.
We come across many wonderful items that have been hidden tucked away for years!  Below is a sampling of some of the items we’ve come across and is intended to give you a small sampling of what you might find in our auctions .
Check out our current deals for some of these items and more on our store page.

We sell online only and are conveniently located in Midwest USA (Illinois and Indiana) so shipping anywhere in the USA is relatively quick and convenient.

Visit our store to link to our current eBay auctions as POC_USA and catch our latest specials and direct deals on baseball and mixed sports cards, supplies for collectors and much more!

We get new items from time to time and will post special requests when possible - we do aim to please.

Find assembly instructions for some of the storage boxes & answers to other common questions related to our products and services on our Frequently Asked Questions page.

How  to assemble card boxes like the popular BCW 12-drawer card storage house or Monster card storage boxes?

How to place an order? Or How do I pay? What if I don’t use Paypal or Ebay? Can I mail payment? What’s your return policy and more.


Check out our Tips page where we share our experience with online selling, taking care of collectibles, the deals we find and offer and other  news, tips, and tricks.

Share your experience with us and your friends through our links to, and other social networks.

How to spot counterfeits? Are all reprints counterfeit? Are they good or bad for collecting? What are some of the online scams to watch out for?   These are a few of the topics we discuss on the Tips page.

Some collections are “typical” like the trading cards, coins, comic books, stamps, and autographed memorabilia, but just about anything can turn into a collection.

ANYTHING can be collected - there are no set rules.  The montage of pictures here gives but a glimpse of some of the things people collect.

Then there is the slightly bizarre or quirky like cat whiskers and bird feathers, animal skeletons and furs, old dentures and eye glasses, not to mention wigs and fake eyelashes!

You just never know some of these items just might end up in our auctions on as POC_USA!.

Memorabilia & More
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Our fun lots are great for all types of collectors, since they consist of a wide variety of brands, years, and players.  Great for veteran or new collectors, especially those trying to complete a variety of sets.

Highlights of our random lots:

Visit our store page to buy mixed card lots direct from us!

Cards Lots
For Sale!
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Since we have thousands upon thousands of  cards we deal mostly in smaller fun random lots of mixed baseball cards or mixed sports cards, but occasionally we sell singles, too as well as non-sport cards, comic and gaming cards & other collectibles.- visit our store.

We get “new” items from time to time and continue to sell on eBay,com as POC_USA as well as direct through our site so our collection is “fluid” as the contents change pretty much daily.

Beer cans, business cards, model cars and trains, and much more frequently get dug up when people do their spring cleaning, but there are also some oddities-paper clips, ball point pens and markers, bubble gum wrappers, road maps, tourist brochures, bottle caps and rocks.

Enthusiasts may establish rules for trading or evaluating a collection and perhaps even suggest the “ideal” or “ultimate” collection, but ultimately it is up to you, the collector, to determine what something means or is worth to you.

As the old saying goes “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” and similarly so is the intrinsic value.  It matters not what a “book value” or an insurance appraisal states is the dollar value of an item- ultimately it is the collector who wants that item who determines its value and the person who won’t give it us essentially makes it priceless!