Over 15,000 PSA Graded Vintage Cards!
Oklahoma! Home of The Mick and the Sooner State CollectionHow 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
With Mickey Mantle and 2 Sandy Koufax Rookies!
Daddy Left It To Me Some families pass down good genes, some pass down wealth, some pass down fantastic recipes and some pass down collectibles. A father left his collection of baseball cards from his son and when the son was ready to capitalize on the collection, he did his research and reached out to several companies for appraisals and purchase offers. Just Collect outperformed all of the competition and in the end, was the choice of where to sell the
1953-1957 with Mickey Mantle and Many Others!
Road Trip versus a Road Show What determines whether Just Collect will go on the road to buy a collection? Typically, Just Collect will evaluate a collection and if the collection projects to be in the range of $20,000 or more, we will pack up and travel to see the collection in the United States, Canada and even overseas. We may even host a Road Show when we're in town. Smaller or relatively local collections will also allow Just Collect to
1950's Collection with Mickey Mantle, Jim Brown, Bart Starr and Johnny Unitas
Corning Isn't Just Glass When most people hear the mention of Corning, NY, many will immediately think of Corning Glass, Pyrex, CorningWare or Corelle kitchenware. This would be one of the first things we would think of as Corning Glass is world renowned and most of us have heard of Corelle (which is still manufactured in Corning) and Pyrex. Just Collect received an inquiry recently from a recently retired gentleman that used to work for Corning and still lived
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