Thicker is not always safer
How Do You Store Your Collection One of the most overlooked aspects of the hobby is how to safely store a baseball card collection. While our opinion is not a one-size-fits-all, it is based upon decades of collecting and witnessing the successes and the failures of collectors through the thousands of collections we have purchased.
Local Collector Cashes Out on Graded Card Collection
Collection For Sale What do you do when you get a call about a bunch of high end graded rookie cards that someone is quickly looking to sell? Some people might jump through hoops or rush to meet with the seller. At Just Collect, we do our due diligence. What does that mean? It means that we make certain that the cards have not been stolen, make sure that the owner has the right and title to
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
Beware of Second Rate and Off-Brand Services
But It Is Graded We receive dozens of inquiries for evaluating collections every week and many of them include collections with cards that are not graded by the "Big-3." By the "Big-3," we mean Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA), Sportscard Guaranty (SGC) and Beckett Grading Service (BGS and BVG). There are dozens of "other" grading companies and some of them are better than others.
Roberto Clemente Run, Jim Brown RC and Hall of Fame Football RCs
The Three Rivers Collection Where the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River unite to form the Ohio River was a multi-use stadium opened in 1970 and proved to be a hotbed for both baseball and football for the next several years. The Pittsburgh Pirates represented the National League in the World Series in 1971 and again in 1979, winning the World Championship both seasons.
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
1949-1951 with Landry, Tittle and other rookies
We Measure Up How do you know that you're doing right with those that you purchase collections from? The simple measuring stick is when they contact you to sell you more of their collection. Just Collect has had the pleasure of making multiple purchases over the years from several of our previous sellers. We're pretty certain that sellers wouldn't call us back if they were not completely
The Media Mogul Breaks Some Packs with Vintage Breaks!
October 09, 2018 Leighton Sheldon Last night I had the amazing opportunity to meet Gary Vaynerchuck (Gary Vee), CEO of VaynerMedia, at one of his wine tasting events. Towards the end of the evening, we were able to break away from the crowd, talk sports, and opened up five packs of vintage cards – and yes, he even ate a 32-year old stick of bubblegum!
Tom Brady, Lebron James, Mike Trout, Sidney Crosby, Aaron Rogers and more!
Boxes, Boxes, Boxes Have you ever seen more than 500 wax boxes spread out like a deck of cards on a dealer's table? We have and it is every bit as awesome as you might imagine.
Massive Collection Included a Lot of Almost Everything!
Not Your Run of the Mill Collection The sports card and the collecting community is vast. Being in this hobby, we've developed a great many friendships and connections. Recently, one of those relationships provided us with a lead to a sizable collection assembled by a long time collector, Stan Marks, who resided in the Scottsdale, Arizona area for more than 50 years. Stan, originally from