Featuring T206 Demmittt, O'Hara St. Louis and T205 Hobitzell No-Stats Variations
Collections in Trying Times We're living in unique and challenging times. Lives and daily routines have changed for so many. Some, quite dramatically. The worldwide pandemic of COVID-19 has had a great impact on the sports card industry and on the hobby, as well. Before the pandemic, Just Collect would receive between 10-15 email inquiries and another 5-10 or so telephone inquiries about collections and values on a daily basis. Since the onset of the pandemic, those numbers have nearly tripled. The
Tobacco Collection Featuring Cobb, Johnson, Mathewson, and more!
There's a Diamond Among the Stars In the middle of a world wide COVID-19 pandemic, amazing hobby finds still find their way to Just Collect, and we are prepared and able to work with the public to facilitate the evaluation and the potential sale of some great collections even in the midst of most states, travel, and personal interaction between people being extremely limited. Buying a Collection During COVID Just Collect received an email from a gentleman in West Virginia
- April 20, 2020
- Leighton Sheldon
Stuck inside the house? Doing some spring cleaning? If you come across your old baseball card collection; what should you do? We’ve had customers find valuable cards in their attics, inside their walls, tucked away in old bibles, jammed into cookie tins, in photo albums, glued to poster boards, in old storage units and even in trash bags. So how should you proceed when you dig up a dusty old collection? Here’s five quick tips. Take them out and look through them, appreciate their simple beauty, or just read some cool stats on
Ruth, Cobb, Mantle, Mays and others survive a rough road trip!
The Making of a PurchaseOur saga begins with a late September email from the son-in-law of a Boston area collector that was interested in getting an assessment and valuation on a few cards in the father-in-law's collection. The initial email featured 6 cards (the image to the immediate left is the image that we received), which included a T206 Ty Cobb, 1933 Goudey Babe Ruth, 1954 Topps Hank Aaron and 1951 Bowman Willie Mays. The cards appeared to range in
Featuring Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, Ty Cobb and others
What is the Motivation If you're a regular reader of the Just Collect Blog, then you're quite aware that many people that sell their collections to Just Collect have a wide range of reasons and motivation for selling some or all of their collection. We've had people that sell their collection to put a down payment on a new home, to upgrade a kitchen, to buy a car, to put a child through college, to pay for a wedding and to distribute