Historic Live Sports Auction to Rock Cleveland in August
Mastro Auctions to conduct world's most concentrated collection of high-end Sports memorabilia; many items never before publicly offered; portion of event to benefit the Lance Armstrong LIVESTRONG Foundation. Click here to read more.
Just Collect's Consignors Sell Their PSA Cards for the Most
Just Collect, Inc. (eBay ID: just_collect) is eBay's largest consignment seller of PSA-graded sports and non sports cards and memorabilia. The firm has built its reputation around delivering the highest bottom line payment for its consignors by selling their graded cards individually, instead of in sets and groups like private auction houses. Just Collect sells tens of thousands of dollars of graded cards every week and would like the opportunity to work with you. Click here to learn more about the process by which Just Collect will get you the most for your cards. Just Collect will be appearing at the 2007 National Sports Collectors Convention in Booth #1100 in Cleveland, OH, from July 30 - August 5. Click here to learn more about the process by which Just Collect will maximize the value of your consignment.
Sports Memorabilia Auctions Hit the National Mainstream on HBO's Hugely Popular ENTOURAGE July 22nd
Sports memorabilia auctions will hit the mainstream on July 22nd, when Memory Lane Inc. of Tustin, CA, provides a theatrical auction on HBO's popular Entourage series. Click here to learn more.
R&R Auctions - Early Consignor Payoff for September!
Another early consignor payoff is yours for the asking! Have your September consignments delivered to R&R by Monday, July 23, and have your auction payoff in the mail two weeks sooner. Click here for more details.
Collecting the 1966 Philadelphia Football Set
The 1966 Philadelphia football card set was more than just a collection of cards, it was a direct representation of the times. The war between rival football leagues and football card manufacturers was at its pinnacle. Never in football card history did a simple piece of cardboard mean so much to the eventual establishment of a league that so many of us cherish today. Click here to read on.
The Pool is Shrinking... is that a Bad Thing?
As the Internet has boomed, the pool of full-time sports collectibles dealers has shrunk. Many storefronts have disappeared, while shows have started to drop like flies. On the surface, this would seem to be a bad thing -- but PSA President Joe Orlando sees a possible upside. Click here to read more.
PSA SET REGISTRY SM SPOTLIGHT
Put your hands up! - The Number One Current Finest 1936 G-Men and Heroes of the Law Set
For four years the owner of the MF collection held the number one spot in this set, receving the "Best of the Registry" award each year. But in 2007, the owner of "Put your hands up!" surged ahead, completing this 168-card set with a set ranking .18 points above MF and taking the first place slot. This is an accomplishment because several cards in the set are scarce. The owner of this set is the first to reach 100% completion. Congratulations! Click here to enjoy!
Luncheon RSVP's Due Friday
If you are planning to attend the PSA Set Registry Luncheon on August 3rd in Cleveland and you have not yet sent in your RSVP, please do so by Friday, July 21st. Email [email protected] with your name and that of your guest. We are looking forward to seeing you in Cleveland!
PSA Set Registry Award Winners Announced!
Congratulations to all of the 2007 winners and Hall of Fame Inductees. Please click here to see a list of the winners. Click here for the Hall of Fame.
Set Registry Special!
$13 per card/5 business days (approx.) - cards valued under $500, Sports and Non-Sports Cards. No Minimum. Click here for details.
Visit the Set Registry News page and learn which set composites have been recently added to the Registry and other Set Registry news. The following are new set composites added to the Registry:
- Al Hrabosky Master Set
- Rusty Kuntz Master Set
- Tim Raines Sr. Basic Set
- Tim Raines Sr. Master Set
- Nolan Ryan Basic Topps Set
- Nolan Ryan Primary Set
- 1961 Union Oil Chiefs Basketball
- 1992-93 Fleer Team Leaders Basketball
- 1994 Skybox USA Autographs Basketball
- 1973-74 Topps New York Knicks
- 1967 Royal Castle Dolphins Football
- 1968 Steelers KDKA Football
- Isaac Bruce Basic Set
- Isaac Bruce Master Set
- Pat Haden Master Set
- Lawrence McCutcheon Master Set
- 1991-92 Pro Set CC Hockey
- 1991-92 Pro Set Player of the Month Hockey
- 1954 Parkhurst Wrestlers
- Kid Berg Master Set
- 1889 Allen & Ginter Game Birds
- 1958 Parkhurst Zorro
- 1966 Topps Frankenstein Stickers
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Fun, informative, and sometimes controversial, the PSA Set Registry Messageboard is the place to get involved with other collectors who are currently participating in the Set Registry program or are just beginning. Click here to chat on the Set Registry Messageboard.
The PSA Set Registry is a work in progress and we invite your comments and ideas. Send your suggestions to [email protected].
Question: What is better, a personal check or a sports payroll check from an athlete?
Answer: Great question. Most hobbyists feel a payroll check is better since the document relates to the sport the signor played. In essence, it is more directly linked to sports history. On the flip side, remember that payroll checks are endorsed on the reverse, making it more difficult to display if you choose to frame them. Of course, framing them with a clear backing or simply making a color copy of the reverse can solve that dilemma. Personal checks vary in demand, based on rarity, content and condition. There are cases where a personal check can outperform a payroll check if those three aspects of the check are exceptional.
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See PSA at These Upcoming Shows!
PSA Public Friday
1921 E. Alton Ave.
Santa Ana, CA 92705
July 27, 2007
- PSA representatives will be available to answer all your questions and accept submissions for all levels of service for PSA and PSA/DNA.
10am - 4pm
For more information on PSA Public Friday, call PSA Customer Service at (800) 325-1121.
The 28th National Sports Collectors Convention
Aug. 1-5, 2007
- PSA will be offering on-site grading -- please see the booth for pricing details.
- PSA representatives will be available to answer all questions and accept submissions for all levels of service.
- PSA/DNA autograph experts will be available to authenticate your previously signed autographs on-site.
For more information on The National, please visit www.nsccshow.com.
East Coast National
Westchester County Center
198 Central Ave.
White Plains, NY
August 16-19, 2007
- PSA representatives will be available to answer questions and accept submissions for all levels of service.
- PSA/DNA autograph experts will be available to authenticate your previously signed autographs on-site at the PSA Booth.
For more information about PSA services,
call PSA Customer Service at (800) 325-1121 or visit www.psacard.com.
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