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Just Collect Opening Doors To Public For First Time Ever

Black Friday: Huge In-Person Sale & Offering Free Appraisals

  • November 17, 2014
  • Leighton Sheldon

On November 28th, for the first time since opening for business in the Spring of 2006, Just Collect will be opening their office up to the public. This will allow people throughout the Tri-State area to come to Just Collect's main office in Somerset, NJ, to receive a free appraisal on their vintage sports card collection - without an appointment! For those looking to sell, Just Collect will be ready to make cash offers for those collections immediately following the appraisal.  Additionally, Just Collect will also be having a huge Black Friday sale on vintage cards, sets, autographs, memorabilia, &

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Just Collect Featured on NJ.com

  • August 10, 2014
  • Leighton Sheldon

This week, I had the opportunity to sit down with Mr. Tyler from the Jersey Journal. We discussed sports, business, and most importantly, baseball cards - the sports business that I've been apart of for almost 30 years.  It's definitely been a long road, from the days of collecting cards as a kid, to now being the proud owner of Just Collect, Inc. Our company, based in Somerset, NJ, is focused on buying and selling vintage sports cards & memorabilia, and it's a job I love doing. How many people can honestly say they love going to work? Not many

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The National Sports Collectors Convention in Cleveland, OH

  • July 23, 2014
  • Leighton Sheldon

The Million Dollar Purchase Lots of things are worth a million bucks -- homes, yachts and even exotic cars. But what about baseball cards and sports memorabilia? What could possibly be worth a million bucks? Well, we've made a list of a few items that are worth a $1,000,000.00 to us, and we're willing to put our money on the table to buy them. That's right, show up to our booth at The National with any of the items listed below and you can become a millionaire. So, start digging through your old collections, raid your grandfathers' attic, and ask

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