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
Mickey Mantle, Bill Russell, Ted Williams and many more 1950's stars!
What A Seller Wants As the country's top buyer of vintage sports cards, we have had plenty of inquiries from collectors and families of collectors that have been interested in selling their collections or getting FREE evaluations on the collections. When you get as many inquiries as we get on a daily bases and buy as many collections every week as we do at Just Collect, you get a really good idea of what people are looking for -- even if they don't know
Even Marked, They Have Some Real Value
Leaving Their Mark We see collections with initials, marks and notations all of the time. It was not uncommon for brothers and sisters to put an initial or a mark on their cards to differentiate them from their siblings or to identify them when they were sharing or trading with friends. Many times, cards with pencils, crayon or marker have little to no value after being defaced, but still are great for collectors that are looking for bargains in building
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
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