Just Collect Wants to Buy Your Gretzky Rookies!
Can I Retire? We recently ran a blog about the record sale of PSA 10 O-Pee-Chee and PSA 10 Topps 1979 #18 Wayne Gretzky rookie cards that sold for over $1,700,000.00 and we answered dozens and dozens of inquiries from collectors that had cards and wanted to know if they won the jackpot. Alas, most cards were in average condition and still had great value, but would not be paving the way to Easy Street. Hat Trick! We were able to purchase several collection from these inquiries and wanted to feature this one as is contained three (3) 1979 Topps rookies
Even off condition cards have value and Just Collect is BUYING!
The Great One is an Expensive One When a high profile card in the hobby sells for a record price, the telephones ring much more often, the emails increase dramatically, and hundreds and hundreds of people think that they're paying off their college debt, putting a new car in the driveway, or even paying off their mortgage because they have one of "those" cards, too. Over One Million Dollars! Recently, as reported by our good friend Rich
Thicker is not always safer
How Do You Store Your Collection One of the most overlooked aspects of the hobby is how to safely store a baseball card collection. While our opinion is not a one-size-fits-all, it is based upon decades of collecting and witnessing the successes and the failures of collectors through the thousands of collections we have purchased. One of the worst things that we see, aside from cards that are just tossed in bags and boxes, are valuable cards that have been entombed in thick,
Local Collector Cashes Out on Graded Card Collection
Collection For Sale What do you do when you get a call about a bunch of high end graded rookie cards that someone is quickly looking to sell? Some people might jump through hoops or rush to meet with the seller. At Just Collect, we do our due diligence. What does that mean? It means that we make certain that the cards have not been stolen, make sure that the owner has the right and title to sell the cards and that
Beware of Second Rate and Off-Brand Services
But It Is Graded We receive dozens of inquiries for evaluating collections every week and many of them include collections with cards that are not graded by the "Big-3." By the "Big-3," we mean Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA), Sportscard Guaranty (SGC) and Beckett Grading Service (BGS and BVG). There are dozens of "other" grading companies and some of them are better than others. Some should be embarrassed to even suggest that they are "grading" cards. One of the most