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Hi Ho Silver: The Lone Ranger Collection

Vintage Non-sports and Television and Radio cards

  • November 08, 2019

1940 Lone RangerNo Sport, Just Cards Recently, we purchased a 1940 Lone Ranger complete trading card set.  While in the scope of some of the great sets and collection that Just Collect has purchased over the past decade, this set may pale, it is a great reminder that Just Collect is also one of the most aggressive buyers of non-sport cards in the nation.  We are always looking for vintage non-sport set, singles and unopened packs and boxes. A Little History As early as the

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Superman and Super Heroes: Non-Sports Card Collection

Also, Green Lantern, Kato and James Bond: 007!

  • August 31, 2018
  • Leighton Sheldon

1965 Topps SupermanSuper Heroes Can Hold Super Value We never know what the next phone call may be about.  It could be a huge collection of vintage baseball cards or it could be someone trying to sell us cemetary plots.  In most cases, it is someone calling us about a collection that they have and they're trying to figure out if it has any value.  Almost any collection has some value, but value is relative.  In some cases, a collection may be worth hundreds or

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1963 Topps Beverly Hillbillies Collection

A Pack Fresh Vintage Non-Sport Accumulation!

  • May 12, 2017
  • Leighton Sheldon

1963 Topps Beverly HillbilliesBut They Weren't Athletes Just Collect's logo features iconic images of some of the greatest athletes to ever play professional sports.  What it doesn't include are some of the most iconic characters that we have witnessed on television, movie screens or on the pages of our favorites comic books. Not Everyone Is a Sports Fan Now, just because the Three Stooges or Superman aren't in our logo, don't assume that Just Collect doesn't want to buy vintage non-sports cards.  On the contrary, we absolutely

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Batman Versus Superman: Non-Sports Cards

Will new movie spark more interest in collecting?

  • March 22, 2016
  • Scott Alpaugh

IIssue #1 DC Action Comics - Supermann 1940, Gum, Inc. released Superman Gum cards featuring the comic book hero who first appeared a few years earlier in Action Comics #1. Superman Gum was issued in a series of 72 cards, with the final 24 "high numbers" being the most difficult to obtain. They were a hit with youngsters just as the comic book sensation was. A quarter century later, in 1965, Topps released another Superman issue – this time, a single 66-card series based upon the television

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The Man of Steel Collection

1940 R145 Superman

  • October 24, 2014
  • Leighton Sheldon

Superman Card #1It wasn’t too long ago that we were at the National Sports Collector’s Convention in Cleveland, OH – and we made this incredible purchase. In a previous post, I discussed the benefits of arriving early at The National, as there are deals to be made. Let's take a look back at this one.

It was day one of the National for us (Tuesday), and I had taken a break from setting up the booth and I wanted to walk the floor. After about an hour of perusing

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