A West Virginian's Bargain Shop Find
Cards Printed For Military Personnel We've had sets and we've had wax packs of the very limited Desert Shield issue in the past. In fact, one set, which we wish we had thought to do a video on, was what we would call a "Factory Set." It came from someone that had picked it up near the Duryea, PA Topps office. It had been donated buy Topps for a Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area school's charity auction and was housed in the
Includes cards from Nine Decades 1909-1989!
- November 16, 2018
- Leighton Sheldon
Momma Wants a New Kitchen Would you sell your collection? Have you ever considered selling or apprasing your cards? What reasons might you consider for selling either a portion or the entirety of your collection? Perhaps you might sell to help fund a college education for yourself or a family member. What if you needed to purchase or make an expensive repair to a car. Maybe your collection is valuable enough to provide for a down payment on a new
We Love Buying Vintage - We Love Buying Modern, Too!
- August 17, 2016
- Scott Alpaugh
Just Collect has spent the past decade advertising and reminding everyone that we buy vintage cards from 1879 to 1979. It has become the closing tagline for almost all of our blog videos and has been a major part of our print and media advertising. One of the interesting aspects of having been in business for more than a decade is that some of what may have been modern is no longer truly modern . . . and in many cases, they are cards that
Rookies and Stars Collected from Shops to Shows
- February 12, 2016
- Scott Alpaugh
How do you collect? Do you buy complete sets? Do you buy select singles? Do you build your collection from buying wax packs or other people's collections? Do you buy on the Internet, from eBay, from catalogs, at card shows or from the local card shop? At some point, you've probably explored at least one, if not most of these card buying and collection building options. Recently, we had a young gentleman contact that had grown up in the Washington, DC area. He had a collection that he had built from going to card shops and card shows throughout his