Sterling Sports Auction Accepting Consignments For Next Auction

Sterling Sports Auctions Current Auction of Vintage Cards Is Open For Bidding – Ends December 28, 2017Sterling Sports Auction is accepting consignments for the March Auction #70. Do you have items you are looking to sell? Let Sterling do the work for you. We offer a quick turnaround time from consignment to check in hand. Whether you have a $50 consignment or a consignment worth thousands of dollars, Sterling is the place for you. Many times consignor seller rates are at 0%.

Sterling offers graded, ungraded, single cards, lots or sets from the four major sports, boxing, golf and non sports along with autographs and memorabilia from the 19th century to early 1970s along with modern day rookie cards.

Deadline for ungraded cards is March 1 and graded card deadline is March 5th.

Lots over $500 will be featured on Page 1 of the Auction plus a good chance of being featured in the front page slide show and on the eblasts sent out for the Auction.

Sterling specializes in breaking up graded sets or partial sets into individual lots to help maximize the bottom dollar for the consignor.  Lots start as low as $20 allowing for a break up into individual lots.  Past Sterling Auctions have broke down graded sets of T206s, (2) T205s, T212-2, E210-1, DeLongs, 1950 Bowman and more to strong prices for the consignor.

Looking for collections, sets, lots or single cards, Hall of Famers, commons, graded or ungraded from the four major sports, boxing and nonsports from the 19th century to the 1970s.

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Do you have cards valued at $500 or more? Sterling offers high visibility for cards and lots valued over $500. They are listed on Page 1 and have a good chance of being on the Home Page slide show and eblasts.

Always looking for graded Hall of Famers and Rookie cards from the 19th Century to 1970s

Phone Lee Behrens at 320-219-1372 or email info@sterlingsportsauctions.com today if you have items you are looking to consign to discuss terms (most times 0% seller fees) and make sure they fit into an upcoming auction.