So you’ve made some important decisions about your baseball card collection.
Now you need Just Collect to examine your cards so we are able to give you the proper value for your collection. We have four ways of evaluating collections for a free appraisal:
The easiest and most common way that we can review your collection is sending us digital scans or photographs of your cards. Any digital camera, smartphone, or flatbed digital scanner would work for these purposes.
Ship them to us with return shipping guaranteed. We buy hundreds of collection through the mail each year. Box your cards up (How To Package Your Cards), send your collection to us and we will gladly take a look at them for you for free. If you choose not to sell them we will ship them back shipping fees paid by us!
If you wish to meet in person with one of our specialists, you can make an appointment to visit one of our locations in NJ and NYC.
Just Collect can and will travel to meet with you and appraise your cards when the items available are “the right deal” for both of us, and the cost-benefit of time, travel and the collection warrants.
The appraisal process starts with sharing your list of card inventory, indicating cards you wish to sell. You should include as much information about the collection as possible. The year of issue, card issuer/manufacturer, size (i.e., individual cards or complete sets), key player names, condition descriptions (you can reference our online grading guide here) and any other data that describes what you wish to appraise.
We then inspect and evaluate your cards. We’ll analyze them for condition, hobby-market demand, and appraise them for the current market retail value. The actual value of your collection may vary from those printed in card pricing guides, due to trends and market fluctuations and that those books are exactly that, “a guide” not what cards are selling for or have sold for.
Our appraisal services are available to you free of charge, and begin with the easy appraisal form on this page. Just Collect will walk you through the appraisal process answering any questions you might have. A specialist will provide a wealth of knowledge to help you understand your collection.