The original internet auction spirit is thriving at Small Traditions, the hobby’s biggest little auction house, where we feature monthly no reserve auctions with $1 starting bids and free shipping on all lots, as well as free card grading with PSA and BGS for new consignors. Our current Monthly Masterpieces Plus #9 auction is now live, and it is loaded with far too many desirable items to list here, but we invite you to take a minute from your busy day to view some of the highlights in this email and to read a little more about Small Traditions. Please register now if you have not done so already and enjoy exploring the auction today.
Monthly Masterpieces Plus #9 Is One of Our Best Auctions Yet
With 700 lots this month, we’re offering an outstanding selection of both vintage and modern cards, so many, in fact, that bidders may at first find it overwhelming to explore the entire auction. For this reason, we’ve created a detailed category menu to help users navigate the auction, which is located along the left hand side of the auction catalog page, just beneath the auction search box.
For users with fast internet connections, we recommend that you view the auction at 100 lots per page, which can be programmed at the bottom of each auction catalog page. Currently, we have 211 PSA 10 Gem Mints, including 16 desirable Pop 1s, 11 Pop 2s, and 53 other compelling Low Pops. There are 31 BGS 10 Pristines and 123 BGS 9.5 Gem Mints with 20 unique Pop 1s, over 200 different Rookie Cards and nearly 250 different New York Yankees items.
This month we are also pleased to feature an incredible collection of modern Parallels and Refractor Cards and Rookie Autographs, and there is also a nice selection of football, basketball, and hockey cards. Finally, there are nearly 50 collectible art prints, including some of the most coveted and colorful creations from the high-end poster scene by artists like Shepard Fairey, Ames, Emek, and Chuck Sperry.
Consign For 0% Seller’s Fee & Get Free Card Grading & Free* Reviews From PSA & BGS
Sounds too good to be true, but learn what dozens of other hobbyists are realizing every month. Consigning with Small Traditions is easy. Simply mail us your material, and we’ll list it in our next monthly auction. In as little as a couple of weeks later, we’ll send you a check for 100% of the final bid price. Why give eBay and PayPal 13% of your profits when you can consign to Small Traditions for free? And why consign to other auctions when they charge 10-20% and take 30-45 business days to pay? Why sell your cards in raw condition and let someone else profit from grading them? Why pay expensive grading rates when we’ll submit your cards for free? And why trust anyone else to grade your cards when we’ll fight for the grades you deserve? Why waste your time anywhere else? Return to Small Traditions. * Please note that a minimum value of $50 per card is required to qualify for free grading.
Help Grow Small Traditions & Win $100 In Bidding Credits & A $1,000 Autograph Collection
In the half-century old tradition of Topps wax pack giveaways, there are many ways to win with Small Traditions. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, where every 100th page like and and every 100th follower, starting at a random number, will win a $100 bidding credit. Link our homepage with our logo to your .com site, and earn a $40 bidding credit. Follow our blogs at blog.smalltraditions.com and JeterCards.com for some of the most engaging and informative writing in the hobby, add us to your blogroll, and receive a $40 bidding credit as a thank you. Learn all about who we are and where we come from on LinkedIn, write a recommendation after participating in one of our auctions, and receive a $20 thank you. Finally, check out lot #695 in this month’s auction for your chance to win a high-end autograph collection valued at nearly $1,000. All winners must agree to be announced via email and on our Facebook and Twitter pages. We’ve already awarded over $1,000 in cash prizes and nearly $10,000 in free cards, and we’re itching to give away even more. What are you waiting for?