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The Sooner State Collection

Over 15,000 PSA Graded Vintage Cards!

  • March 13, 2020

Oklahoma! Home of The Mick and the Sooner State Collection1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle PSA Rookie CardHow many states does it take to get a collection home from Oklahoma? Unlike the eternal query of "How Many Licks Does it Take to Get to the Center of a Tootsie Pop," the world will know the answer to our question. It takes travel through eight states to get from Oklahoma to New Jersey (OK, MO, IL, IN, OH, WV, PA, and NJ). That's a lot of country to cover

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Selling Your Graded Collection - Why Sell Yourself Short?

Just Collect Pays Top Dollar for PSA Graded 1956 Topps Near Set

  • March 08, 2019

1956 Topps Jackie RobinsonAre You Selling Yourself Short? Just Collect not only buys cards and collections from the public, but we also purchase a lot of our inventory from auction houses. Simple math suggests if we are purchasing sets and collections from auction houses, some of these consignors may missing an excellent opportunity to put more money in their pocket. Simple math? Yup, simple math. As an example, if Just Collect wins a set or collection at auction for $12,000, that means that the item

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1948 Leaf Football PSA Cards w/ Chuck Bednarik and Sid Luckman Rookie Cards

  • November 09, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

This week we are auctioning off several 1948 Leaf Football Cards all graded by PSA. Including two of the most popular HOF cards in this collection, a Chuck Bednarik Rookie PSA 4 and Sid Luckman Rookie PSA 4. Don't miss out on this opportunity to win these amazing sought out Rookie HOF cards from this rare 1948 Leaf Football Set!  

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1887 N172 Old Judge Baseball Cards SGC Graded

  • September 27, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

The world was a much different place 125 years ago but if you were a baseball fan (or ‘Base Ball’ as they called it back then), you could collect trading cards.  As long as you smoked or knew someone who did and favored Goodwin and Company’s Old Judge and Gypsy Queen brand, you could build quite a collection. Over 40 different teams from various levels of pro baseball were represented by hundreds of cards created from studio photographs.  Placed in packs of cigarettes, they

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1952 Topps High #'s Baseball Cards PSA & SGC Graded

  • September 15, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

The story is one of the most often-recited tales in the sports collecting hobby.  Topps couldn't sell its leftover cases of the last series it produced in its debut issue of 1952, so several years later they had them dumped into the ocean to gain some room in the warehouse.  It’s a great story and it’s apparently true and that’s why today there simply aren't enough 1952 Topps high numbers to go around.  Heck, even the only known surviving empty case from the

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