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Telephone Card Collectors!Telephone Card Collectors!

Telephone Card Collectors!
Like post stamps, those useful little cards can have pretty art, and some can be printed in limited quantities, making them collector and collectible items.
Do you like Japanese telephone cards? Do you like collecting them? Then, this club is for you!

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The telephone card used as the club's icon is ITEM #192032. Welcome to the café club! :p
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I wish I could find more Telecas tbh.
2 dagar sedan
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Eccmy (1 år sedan) #19311142I was browsing my clubs and noticed I completely forgot about the new-ish feature of club category.
So just a little update, I've switched the club's category from "Misc" to "Figure and goods".


Hi, i recently decided i wanted to collect some TC from Visual Novels i have played and wanted to ask. Does the TC Mount effect the value at all? Just asking because one of the cards i was hunting popped up on Suruga-ya last month and what's funny is the TC without the mount is 7,000 JPY and the same card with the mount is 3,500 even though they are both the same and in similar condition. Just thought it was interesting and i am assuming it is due to it being different store locations, but it did make me wonder if mounts effect value at all.
12 dagar sedan
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I was browsing my clubs and noticed I completely forgot about the new-ish feature of club category.
So just a little update, I've switched the club's category from "Misc" to "Figure and goods".
1 år sedan
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Raze (3 år sedan) #2616268Many, many years ago I used to visit a teleka collector's site and just gape at the number they had. The site has probably shut down long ago but it is pretty cool to see phone card info archived here at MFC. Collectors are gone, but at least the info lives on. :) I have a few phone cards. I love the quality of the images on them.
It's true telephone card collecting has died out compared to the 90s and early 2000s eras, but I still notice a large aftermarket for them at Yahoo Auction Japan, especially the ones depicting female talents (even more so bikini-clad ones). The anime ones aren't no slouch either: on the Tokimeki Memorial side of telekas, which I have documented the most on MFC (and there's still a lot of work to do!), there's regularly big sales of them, and some of them can go at crazy prices (mostly the most unortodox ones and the swimsuit ones), check out YAJ's bid history: closedsearch.au...
3 år sedan
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Many, many years ago I used to visit a teleka collector's site and just gape at the number they had. The site has probably shut down long ago but it is pretty cool to see phone card info archived here at MFC. Collectors are gone, but at least the info lives on. :) I have a few phone cards. I love the quality of the images on them.
3 år sedan
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Pure-Lilium (4 år sedan) #2218273Thanks :)
Oh! yes that's exactly what I was planning on using. I'll pick up one of those folders, it seems like the best way to display and keep them nice. Your collection looks great btw!
Omg, so many types. I think I'll be looking to get anime/vn related ones at first. There are quite a lot of Higurashi no naku koro ni ones, so I'd definitely like to get some of those; I can imagine they'll all look great together ^^ How about you? by looks of your folder they're mostly vn ones


You're welcome, and thank you! :)

I see! And yes, there's indeed a good number of Higurashi teleka out there. And I don't think they're all in the database either.

As for me, yes, I'm more into video game-related telephone cards, especially those from Konami franchises (Tokimeki Memorial, Mitsumete Knight, Dancing Blade, and hopefully in the future TwinBee and Suikoden as well). They aren't my focus, but I also own about a dozen of idol teleka; it's just that they can't be added to the database. Understandable, as there are millions of those and they would detract too much from the site's theme.
4 år sedan
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Eccmy (4 år sedan) #2217133snip
Thanks :)
Oh! yes that's exactly what I was planning on using. I'll pick up one of those folders, it seems like the best way to display and keep them nice. Your collection looks great btw!

Omg, so many types. I think I'll be looking to get anime/vn related ones at first. There are quite a lot of Higurashi no naku koro ni ones, so I'd definitely like to get some of those; I can imagine they'll all look great together ^^ How about you? by looks of your folder they're mostly vn ones
4 år sedan
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Pure-Lilium (4 år sedan) #2216512Hi! I'm a bit late but I thought I'd join ^^
I plan on staring a collection soon and keeping them all in card wallet files.


Welcome to the club, Pure-Lilium! :)

Yup, the card wallet file option is a good one for storing your Japanese telephone cards. They're also slightly smaller than credit cards or trading cards, so they'll fit no problem. See for example in my case, I use a trading card album, the telephone cards are smaller than the intended-for-trading-cards-plastic files: PICTURE #867969 and PICTURE #867971

I'm curious, may I ask which kind of telephone cards you're planning to collect? Anime-related ones, video games-related ones, idols-related ones, train-related ones, sports-related ones, real-life scenery-related ones? :p
4 år sedan
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Hi! I'm a bit late but I thought I'd join ^^
I plan on staring a collection soon and keeping them all in card wallet files.
4 år sedan
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nammy (4 år sedan) #1934896What do the numbers at the bottom mean? ex ITEM #146484

The "1000" in a frame is the telephone card's price (as a rule of thumb, when a number on a good's data sticker/section is framed like that, it means it's the good's price: see for example here PICTURE #901234, the "30000" in the frame means the figure's retail price is 30000 yen), and the "1295G" is the telephone card's catalog id.

So in this case, this Sailor Moon telephone card's catalog ID is 1295G, and its retail price is 1000 yen.
Hope that helps! ;)
4 år sedan
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