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.
Vintage Non-sports and Television and Radio cards
No 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,
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
Sealed 1st Edition Boxes, Singles and Japanese Issues
"Gotta Catch 'em All" When someone mentions Pokémon, many think of the anime cartoons and Nintendo Game Boy games that kids were clamoring for around the end of the Millennium. Even today, it is not uncommon to pass a park or public place and see a group of people huddled around . . . probably playing Pokémon GO on their cellphones. The Pokémon Trading Card Game is a collectible card game
Collection stored since 1962
Where Did They Come From After Gum, Inc. issued the propaganda-laden "Horrors of War" in 1938, and after several other war and military releases from various manufacturers over the following decades, Topps released a fictional alien attack in 1962 with Mars Attacks!
Complete Sets and Unopened Wax Boxes
Just Collect does plenty of advertising and is known across the hobby as the country's top buyer of vintage sports cards. While we are always actively buying all vintage sports and non-sports cards, we are not well known in the non-sport segment of the hobby, but we're working on making more people aware of our interest in non-sports card issues.
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
Also, Green Lantern, Kato and James Bond: 007!
Super 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 cemetery 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
Part of a very large non-sport collection we have purchased
Not Just Castoffs Our blogs are usually about sports card collections that we are able to purchase. The stories behind these collections are what we enjoying sharing and often times, the stories are more intriguing than the cards themselves.
Featuring Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, Ric Flair and more!
Sport?!? The debate rages forever. Is wrestling a sport or is it entertainment? When I was a kid, my friends that loved wrestling swore that it was as sport and some even insisted that the action was real. Today, I think that most reasonable people can agree that the outcomes in professional wrestling are predetermined and the matches are choreographed, but while it still may not be