1960's Baseball and Basketball In a Unique Tuna Box
Tipping the Scales What do you store your collection in? A suitcase? A shoe box? A cigar box? Grocery bags? Sandwich bags? Over the past decade, we've bought hundreds upon hundreds of collections and we've had them show up to in a wide variety of storage containers. Recently, we had a New Jersey man contact us with a small collection of cards that he had and we provided a preliminary evaluation based upon some images of the collection. While it wasn't life changing money,
Includes Chamberlain and West Rookie Cards!
Father-in-Law's Fleer Many collections that Just Collect is contacted about are cards passed down from family members or family friends. Recently, we received a call from a woman from the Midwest that had been entrusted by her brother to liquidate the balance of a collection that the brother's late father-in-law had built. When the father-in-law became ill, he began selling off a very large sports card collection that he had assembled. Prior to his passing, he managed to sell everything except
Riding the rails to buy hardwood legends on the Northeast Corridor
- March 03, 2017
- Leighton Sheldon
It Was a Different Time Would you put your teenage son or daughter on the train to go to another city? Today, the answer from most parents would be, Absolutely not!" But it was not uncommon decades ago for parents to allow their children to travel to see relatives. Whether via ground (typically Greyhound Bus), through the air (for transcontinental travel) or by rail (usually Amtrak), moms and dads would pack their little ones with a suitcase and a few dollars and