(732) 828-2261info@justcollect.com

Contact Us

West Virginia Attic Find Featuring a Joe Jackson E90-1

Tobacco Collection Featuring Cobb, Johnson, Mathewson, and more!

  • June 13, 2020

T206 Ty Cobb and E90-1 Joe JacksonThere's a Diamond Among the Stars In the middle of a world wide COVID-19 pandemic, amazing hobby finds still find their way to Just Collect, and we are prepared and able to work with the public to facilitate the evaluation and the potential sale of some great collections even in the midst of most states, travel, and personal interaction between people being extremely limited. Buying a Collection During COVID Just Collect received an email from a gentleman in West Virginia

Read More

The Beantown Collection

Over 100 Years of Boston Red Sox Baseball Collectibles

  • February 05, 2016
  • Scott Alpaugh

This is one of those rare instances where the story behind the collection is as interesting as the collection itself.  Begun decades ago, a father and son team shared their passion for all things Boston Red Sox and put forth a Herculean effort to collect all of the Red Sox cards and assorted issues related to the Red Sox. The collection is a veritable type collection that represents examples of almost everything that was issued featuring a Red Sox player and includes many complete team sets of the Red Sox once the team reached issues from  the 1940's until the

Read More

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

Read More