Who Doesn't Love the Stooges? We at Just Collect certainly love the Three Stooges and we recently purchased a 1959 Fleer Three Stooges Set. We were happy to buy this set, but unfortunately, the set did not include any of the three extremely scarce and very valuable checklist back variations. Regardless, this vintage set, like so many of the non-sport cards issued prior to 1980, is near the top of our WANTED list. The 1959 Fleer Three Stooges Set
A storage find yields plenty of stars and rookies!
March 08, 2017
I was at a card show the other day and I met a gentleman that said that he's a regular reader of our blog and he asked me, "How many of those stories that you post are real?" I asked him what he meant and he said, "You can't have that many people find that much stuff and everything has a crazy story. You have to be making some of it up." Well, he was right in one respect, because not every purchase or find that we get has a "crazy story." But
Riding the rails to buy the hardwood legend on the Northeast Corridor
March 03, 2017
It Was a Different Time Would you put your teenage son or daughter on the train to go to another city? Today, the answer from most parents would be, Absolutely not!" But it was not uncommon decades ago for parents to allow their children to travel to see relatives. Whether via ground (typically Greyhound Bus), through the air (for transcontinental travel) or by rail (usually Amtrak), moms and dads would pack their little ones with a suitcase and a few dollars and
A collector sells his duplicates while deciding about selling his collection
February 24, 2017
Swing For The Fences When evaluating, appraising and buying collections, Just Collect will always swing for the fences. Sometimes we will hit a home run, sometimes we strike out, but most times we get a hit somewhere in between. On a recent buying trip to Florida, we looked at quite a few collections -- some we bought, some we didn't and on one specific collection, we were looking at a home run, but ended up with a double. Actually, we ended up with a lot of "doubles," the doubles and the duplicates from
That's right, this collector paid less than a dollar for his T206 Cobb!
February 17, 2017
When you buy and sell sports cards and meet with hundreds of people and speak with thousands, you're bound to hear a wide range of stories about collections. We've learned how many collections were assembled from buying packs, trading or going to card shows, passed down through the family or found while cleaning and organizing. Sometimes, there are facets that we still find amazing and these are the nuggets that we really get a kick out of and love sharing with our readers and our customers. A collection that we recently purchased had some