Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and others highlight Chicagoland Collection
Plenty of Travel We share stories about collections that we buy and some of the interesting travel that it takes to get there. Over the years, we've figured out some of the best ways to get to places and places to avoid while traveling there. After plenty of travel this winter for collections from Oklahoma to Massachusetts, we had a collector contact us from just outside of Chicago with a small group of 1933 Goudey cards and a few handfuls of other
Even damaged Babe Ruth and star cards have some real value!
Don't Trash Those Cards! There are many people that have collections that have cards that they consider damaged or destroyed. The common thought is that such cards may be candidates for tossing in the trash because they have no value. Oh, but hold on! They might not be as worthless as you think! Stars Have Value While it is true that seriously damaged cards lose much of their value and some are rendered relatively worthless, some have enough demand that
Featuring Tobacco, Gehrig, Mantle, Mays and a Koufax rookie
A Little Bit of Everything "I've got a little bit of everything, but not a lot of anything." It was an interesting call, but one that is not completely unusual for our customer service specialists. A collector had assembled a moderate collection of a little more than 150 graded cards -- mostly PSA. The ranged from a few tobacco cards (T205 and T206) featuring Hall of Famers like Nap Lajoie and "Three Fingers" Brown to cards as recent as 1973 Topps
Including Two Lou Gehrig Cards!
- February 01, 2019
- Leighton Sheldon
1933 Goudey Baseball Collection What happens when Just Collect performs an evaluation based upon images and the collection is not as expected them to be when we receive them? Well, it doesn't happen very often, but when it does, like with a collection of more than 200 1933 and 1934 Goudey cards, we address it immediately and discuss all of the options, including promptly returning the collection or performing a new evaluation. We're not about to play a game of bait-and-switch
1929 Collection Features 3 Ruths, Lou Gehrig and 3 Retail Boxes!
- October 13, 2017
- Leighton Sheldon
From Trash to Cash Destined for the garbage heap, a grandson noticed his grandfather's old baseball cards and saved them. Smart thinking and some research turned this small collection of 1929 Kashin cards into a tidy sum. Obviously, there has to be a reason that this collection was saved and it is probably because most people recognize Babe Ruth and accordingly, associate Ruth cards with having monetary value. In most cases, this assumption is correct. We've had a few collections