Just Collect Wants to Buy Your Gretzky Rookies!
Can I Retire? We recently ran a blog about the record sale of PSA 10 O-Pee-Chee and PSA 10 Topps 1979 #18 Wayne Gretzky rookie cards that sold for over $1,700,000.00 and we answered dozens and dozens of inquiries from collectors that had cards and wanted to know if they won the jackpot. Alas, most cards were in average condition and still had great value, but would not be paving the way to Easy Street. Hat Trick! We were able to purchase several collection from these inquiries and wanted to feature this one as is contained three (3) 1979 Topps rookies
Even off condition cards have value and Just Collect is BUYING!
The Great One is an Expensive One When a high profile card in the hobby sells for a record price, the telephones ring much more often, the emails increase dramatically, and hundreds and hundreds of people think that they're paying off their college debt, putting a new car in the driveway, or even paying off their mortgage because they have one of "those" cards, too. Over One Million Dollars! Recently, as reported by our good friend Rich
California collector sells Just Collect a second graded collection
- May 31, 2017
- Leighton Sheldon
Our Customers Are The Best As a seller of sports cards, we understand the importance of customer loyalty and repeat business. We do not take customer satisfaction for granted and appreciate the faith that our customers put in us to deliver a quality product in a timely fashion. We strive to be at the top of our game every single day. It is this same commitment to excellence that we proudly offer when we're reviewing and potentially buying a collection. In
Skeptical Seller to Happy Customer
- May 20, 2016
- Leighton Sheldon
A few weeks ago, a gentleman named Harold from Canada contacted us through our website. He explained that he is a long-time collector looking to change the focus of his collection. He had about 500 baseball and hockey cards spanning more than 100 years that he was looking to sell. We thought this would be a fairly straightforward transaction, but it did not exactly turn out that way. The Evaluation At first, Harold was adamantly against sending his beloved cards down to the states. He had never before sold any part of his collection at all,
Features 1952 #311 Mickey Mantle & Many High Numbers
- January 06, 2016
- Scott Alpaugh
We receive dozens of inquiries and email questions every week through the Appraisal Page on our JustCollect.com website. Many are from collectors that want to know what their 1989 Donruss Ken Griffey is worth or that they found a hoard of 1987 Topps in the basement and want to know if it will pay off the college loans. Sadly, the answers to such questions are often, "Very little, I'm sorry to say" and "No, unfortunately it won't." We also get inquiries that genuinely pique our