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1948 Leaf Babe Ruth

  • July 20, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1948 Leaf #3 Babe Ruth Yankees SGC 60Contrary to what some believe, Leaf didn’t put Babe Ruth into its 1948 set as a ‘tribute’ after the Bambino’s death.  Ruth died in August of 1948 and the Leaf Candy Company’s cards had already been on the market for awhile.  It’s likely true, however, that his failing health may have had something to do with his inclusion in the set, some 13 years after he played in his last game. The ’48 Leaf Babe Ruth is no less popular with collectors of vintage

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1971 Topps Ken Dryden Rookie PSA 10

  • July 13, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1971 Topps #45 Ken Dryden Rookie HOF PSA 10 pop 2Hockey card collectors have a rare opportunity this week.  We’re offering one of the two highest graded examples of the 1971-72 Ken Dryden rookie card, one of the better hockey cards of all-time. It’s garnered a lot of bidding interest from collectors, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see some investors in on this one as well. The Dryden card we have up for auction is one of just two ever to be awarded a ‘10’ (gem mint) grade by PSA. 

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Hall of Fame Multi-Signed Baseball Bat

  • July 12, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

  Mickey Mantle & Yogi Berra Signed Auto Bat (15 HOF, 51 Signatures Total) PSA/DNA   Check out this one-of-a-kind item we are offering on eBay!      

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1894 N302 Mayo's Cut Plug John Dunlop "Anonymous"

  • July 11, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1894 N302 Mayo's Cut Plug John Dunlop "Anonymous" Harvard SGC 20Collectors of baseball cards have Honus Wagner.  Fans of football cardboard have John Dunlop.  Just Collect is excited to offer the ‘holy grail’ of football cards in this week’s listings:  an 1894 Mayo’s Cut Plug John Dunlop, graded SGC 20.  It’s simply one of the rarest cards in the hobby and atop the list of any serious collector of football cards.  We’d normally say ‘good luck finding one’, but the fact is, we are offering one right now at what we

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The National Sports Collectors Convention

  • July 09, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

The National Sports Collectors Convention will be here in less than a month!  Not only does it provide an incredible opportunity to buy virtually any type of sports collectible you can imagine (and no, that’s not an exaggeration as those of you who’ve been there can attest), it also offers an opportunity for collectors and those who are simply looking to sell vintage baseball cards or other types of sports memorabilia the chance to do so. This year’s show is at the Baltimore Convention Center and we’re looking forward to this

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