Are you selling sports cards that were produced from 1868 to 1975?
I’ll help you find the best way to sell your collection for top dollar.
I’ll help you figure out the best way to sell your collection for top dollar.
I've been collecting sports cards for over 30 years and if there's one thing I've learned it's this: there's a right and wrong way to sell every card.
Sometimes it's best to sell them directly to a single buyer.
Sometimes it's best to consign them for auction.
Usually, it depends on the age of the cards, their condition, whether they've been professionally graded or not, and how much time you have to sell them.
Don't worry...I can help you figure out which route makes sense for you.
So, if you're thinking about selling, let me help ensure that you sell your cards quickly, efficiently, and for top dollar.
Simply fill out the form above or call/text the number at the top of this page to get started.
I've bought and sold many cards over the years and know what selling options make the most sense for each type of collection.
Selling your collection doesn't have to be stressful. I'll answer whatever questions you have and will help guide you in the right direction.
I take pride not only in providing sound advice but doing so as quickly as possible.
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“I am an original owner of a 1968 Milton Bradley game called "Win A Card", with several desirable cards including the Topps #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's wonderful article about the Nolan Ryan #177 Topps 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!”