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7 Reasons Why You Should NOT Sell Your Baseball Cards on eBay

  • August 01, 2016

People think it’s easy to sell baseball cards on eBay. “How hard could it be?” they’ll say. “That seller got [X amount] for this card, I should be able to get that price too.” People fail to grasp that using eBay effectively is not an easy task. They’ll focus on the final sale price realized without understanding that there is much more to the process than meets the eye. If you want to achieve a fair price for your collection and avoid a huge headache, here are seven reasons why you should absolutely NOT

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7 Unexpected Places You Might Find Antique Sports Cards and Memorabilia

  • May 06, 2016
  • Leighton Sheldon

In the late 1800s and early 1900s, baseball cards were little more than adjunct advertising and promotional pieces. As such, they were treated with little regard. Cards were cast aside with other household junk or used for some alternative purpose. Collections of early baseball cards and memorabilia, therefore, will pop-up in the strangest places. Here are seven of our favorites.  #7. Inside of walls When Just Collect purchased the Hole-in-the-Wall collection of 1920-1923 "strip" cards last year, it was as much about the story as it was about the cards themselves. The 262 cards in the collection

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1977 Andy Warhol Signed Autographed Original Torsos Exhibit Poster PSA/DNA

  • September 26, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

This week we are offering a striking original site poster from pop art extraordinaire, Andy Warhol's, 1977 TORSOS exhibition at the famed Ace Gallery in Paris. Signed by the artist himself in enormous black sharpie that measures nearly 20" in length, this color offset lithograph specimen is nothing short of outstanding. Signatures of this size are extremely rare and with the market for both Warhol autographs and original posters from his shows surging of late this 58 1/2" H X 39" W example from his favorite French gallery cannot be passed on.  This poster comes with a Letter of

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Curtain Closing On Just Collect's Vintage Opera Photos & Autographs

  • March 30, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

1930s Gladys Swarthout American Opera Signed Autographed Vintage PhotoSunday night marks the close of Just Collect's initial offering of vintage opera photos and autographs. If you haven't seen them yet it is an amazing assortment featuring some of the biggest stars of the early 20th century American Opera scene. Each of the thirty pieces originate from the private collection of a long time fan who began gathering them in the early 1940's and our man was very thorough. Gladys Swarthout, Lawrence Tibbett, Eleanor

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1885 P.T. Barnum Signed Autographed Bailey Circus Cabinet Card Photo PSA/DNA

  • March 22, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

1885 P.T. Barnum Signed Autographed Bailey Circus Cabinet Card Photo PSA/DNAYou may associate Just Collect with sports cards and memorabilia, but the truth is that we also love to buy and sell pieces of American history.  One of the items we are currently offering crosses the lines of American history and 19th century show business:  an autographed cabinet card of PT. Barnum dated 1885. Barnum lived a long life and as a celebrity and public official, did sign his name on

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