As featured recently on Forbes.com from a fresh find we have a bunch of 1914 & 1915 Cracker Jack’s ending this Sunday, February 26, 20176 at auction. Bid here. Over the last decade, Just Collect has bought and sold over $20 million worth of vintage sports cards and memorabilia. We are one of the industry’s leading buyers of vintage cards (pre-1980), and are paying top dollar for collections. We are looking to buy vintage cards, plus select modern cards such as the 1986 Fleer Michael Jordan rookie and the 1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. rookie.
Our most wanted list is:
- Entire Collections
- Complete Sets
- Partial Sets
- PSA, SGC, & BGS Graded Cards
- Rookie Cards
- Hall of Famers
- High-Grade Commons
- Unopened Boxes & Cases
Not sure what your stuff is worth?
Don’t worry. We are offering free appraisals on all vintage sports card collections, so you’ll know exactly what your collection is worth!
Selling us your sports cards is easy:
In some cases, collections are either too large or too valuable to ship through the mail. This is not an issue for us because we travel regularly across the country buying collections. Please call us to see when we are coming to your area!
Know someone who has a collection that they may be looking to sell? Put them in contact with Just Collect. We will pay you 10% finders fee for all collections that are referred to us that we are able to purchase.
Give us a call today to speak with one of our vintage card experts. We can be reached at 732-828-2261 Monday-Friday, from 10 AM to 6 PM. You can also send us an email.
Recent Purchase: “The Atlanta Vintage Set Collection”
In July, we went on a buying trip down to Atlanta, Georgia. It’s the first time we’ve been there all year, so we were real excited. The trip was originally planned around only seeing one collection, from a long time collector that we’ve bought from before, but as soon as word spread that we were coming to the area, our calendar filled up with appointments, and we traveled up and down the coast. We stopped in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Maryland. The collections we saw in those other cities were great, but the Atlanta one was best, and that’s why we’re highlighting this one. And if you love baseball cards, then this story is for you. Read Full Story here.