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Are you selling vintage or pre-War sports cards?

Cards from the 1960's and older are the HOTTEST on the market today!

But, deciding how and where to sell them can be a HUGE hassle!

So, why not let auction houses and dealers compete for your business?

Let the auction houses and dealers come to YOU!

Simply describe your collection and wait to be contacted.

How This Works

I've bought and sold sports cards for over 20 years and if there's one thing I've learned it's this: there's a right and wrong way to sell every collection.

Researching the hundreds of auction houses and dealers out there to decide which is best for you can take TONS of time and can be a huge hassle.

How do you know which of them you can trust?

How do you know which of them will work hardest to get you top dollar for your collection?

After you fill out and submit the form above, sit back and relax while auction houses and dealers review the details of your collection and contact you.

Let them come to you you instead and present their case as to why they're your best bet.

Depending on what you're selling and what your selling goals are, the factors that determine which sales option is best for you are:

  • Whether your'e selling vintage or pre-War cards
  • Whether your cards have been professionally graded or not
  • The quantity and condition of your cards
  • If you need to sell quickly or can you afford to wait and maximize sales prices

So, based on  your answers to these questions, each auction house and dealer will be able to explain why they are a good fit or not.

Best of luck and happy selling!

- Ross Uitts, Owner

Ross Uitts

Ross Uitts - Owner

What Others Have to Say:

Collector selling baseball cards

“Ross was more than helpful in navigating me to the best options for grading and selling my cards."

“I am an original owner of a 1968 Milton Bradley  game called "Win A Card", with several desirable cards including the #177 Nolan Ryan rookie card. Wanting to sell these cards, but with no real world experience, I looked to the internet for help. Like most any topic on the internet, I found a lot of opinions, but not necessarily a lot a
credibility...until I came across Ross' wonderful article about the Nolan Ryan #177 card. It is by far the most detailed, precise information on this card to be found anywhere. Ross was more than helpful in navigating me to the best options for grading and selling my cards. I trust his opinion fully! Something not easily found on the internet these days!

Mark Otterbourg

Jacksonville, FL

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