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Old 08-01-2020, 12:30 AM
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Hi Guys:

I am out of my element when it comes to "modern" cards. But I just picked up the below cards. I don't want to sell them off piece meal myself and am wondering which auction houses, if any, you would suggest consigning these to.

Or more realistically which ebay sellers would give me the best deal to consign with them.

As you will see there are multiples of many of them.

Any advice will be greatly appreciated!


1986 Topps Traded Barry Bonds #11T PSA: 10, 9, 8, 8

2001 Upper Deck Tiger Woods #1 PSA: 10, 9, 8, 7

1985 Topps Roger Clemens #181 PSA: 10, 8, 7, 7

2001 Topps GOLD Barry Bonds # 497 PSA 8

1985 Topps Kirby Puckett # 536 PSA 10, 8,

2001 Topps GOLD Ichiro Suzuki # 726 PSA 8

2001 Topps Ichiro Suzuki # 726 PSA 9, 9, 8, 8, 8, 8 , 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, 7

1982 Topps Orioles Future Stars Ripken #21 PSA 9, 8, 8 (OC), 8 (OC)

1983 Topps Cal Ripken #163 PSA 8, 7. 6

1983 Topps Ryne Sandberg #83 PSA 8, 7

1983 Topps Wade Boggs #498 PSA 9 (OC), 8

1984 Topps Cal Ripken #490 PSA 9, 7, 7, 5

1983 Topps Tony Gwynn #482 PSA 9

1984 Topps Don Mattingly # 8 PSA 7

1985 Topps Mark McGwire #401 PSA 9

1959 Fleer Ted Williams set #'s 20, 23, 24, 33, 40, 58, 73 ALL PSA 8's

2004 Playoff Prime Cuts Century Signatures Curt Schilling # 38 5/5

2005 Playoff Prime Cuts Timeline Pedro Martinez # T-19 3/10

2003 Donruss Timeless Treasures Material Ink Duke Snider # MI-18 5/25

2004 Playoff Prime Cuts Century Signatures David Ortiz #49 22/34

2003 Timeless Treasures Game Day Materials Numbers Steve Carlton #HOF-47 24/40

2003 Donruss Timeless Treasures Material Ink Mike Schmidt #MI-32 1/50

2003 Donruss Timeless Treasures Rookie Materials Yogi Berra #RY-7 23/100

2003 Donruss Timeless Treasures Materials HOF Materials Richie Ashburn # HOF-16 27/100

2003 Donruss Timeless Treasures Materials HOF Materials Brooks Robinson # HOF-28 067/100

2003 Donruss Timeless Treasures Materials HOF Materials Kirby Puckett # HOF-9 039/100

2003 Donruss Timeless Treasures Materials HOF Materials Stan Musial # HOF-21 082/100

2003 Donruss Timeless Treasures Materials HOF Materials Joe Morgan # HOF-32 038/100

2003 Donruss Timeless Treasures Classic Combos Juan Gonzalez # CC-18 22/100

2003 Upper Deck Legendary Cuts Johnny Mize # L-JM 63/75

2003 Upper Deck Legendary Cuts Mel Ott # L-MO 092/250

2003 Upper Deck Legendary Cuts Dizzy Dean # L-DD 135/350

2004 Upper Deck Sweet Spot Classic Patch Ted Williams #SSP-TW 19/300

2002 Upper Deck Sweet Spot Classic Signatures:

Rollie Fingers
Steve Garvey
Keith Hernandez
Al Kaline
Bill Mazeroski
Gaylord Perry
Boog Powell
Dave Stewart

2002 Topps 206 Certified Autograph Issue Jim Edmunds # TA-JE

1979 TCMA The 1960's Tony Horton # 128 PSA 10 Green Back

2003 Donruss Timeless Treasures:

Milestone Materials 3000th hit Ricky Henderson # MM-5 010 /100

Milestone Materials 100th Stolen Base Ricky Henderson # MM-3 034/100

Timeless Treasures Past & Present GW Jerseys Ricky Henderson # PP-8 006/100

Home Run Materials Rafael Palmeiro # HM-7 005/100

Game Day Materials Frank Thomas #GDM-6 85/100

Game Day Materials George Brett # GDM-3 011/100

Game Day Materials Tony Gwynn # GDM-7 093/100

Timeless Treasures Rookie Year Materials Adam Dunn #RY-24 056/100

Timeless Treasures Rookie Year Materials Mark Pryor #RY-26 079/100

Timeless Treasures Rookie Year Materials Gary Sheffield # RY-19 23/50

Timeless Treasures Rookie Year Materials Albert Pujols #RY-31 076/100

Timeless Treasures Rookie Materials Ron Santo #RY-20 05/61

Timeless Treasures Rookie Materials J.D. Drew # RY-10 033/100

Timeless Treasures Rookie Materials Hideo Nomo # RY-25 35/95

Timeless Treasures Rookie Materials Jeff Kent # RY-18 028/100

Timeless Treasures Rookie Materials Magglio Ordonez #RY-28 66/98

Timeless Treasures Rookie Materials Alfonso Soriano # RY-22 038/100

Timeless Treasures Rookie Materials Sean Casey # RY-5 09/97

Timeless Treasures Rookie Materials Juan Gonzales RY-21 11/30

Timeless Treasures Rookie Materials Ryan Klesko # RY-23 08/35

Timeless Treasures Rookie Year Mark Pryor # RY-6 03/50

Timeless Treasures Carlton Fisk # 18 05/50
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Old 08-01-2020, 08:29 AM
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Looks like a collection for COMC if I've ever seen one. I don't know of any other consignment firm which will sell them all individually.
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Old 08-01-2020, 09:02 AM
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Looks like a collection for COMC if I've ever seen one. I don't know of any other consignment firm which will sell them all individually.
I agree with John.

Maybe contact fellow member Scott Russell (Aquarian Sports Cards on here). He might list the few better cards individually and make some lots with the low value cards.
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Old 08-02-2020, 04:15 PM
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Thanks for your input guys.

I was thinking Greg Morris cards, probstein, pwcc, those types of places. I know some of them have bad reputations on here which was the reason for my question.

Anyone have a history of consigning to any of these places?
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Old 08-02-2020, 04:28 PM
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Thanks for your input guys.

I was thinking Greg Morris cards, probstein, pwcc, those types of places. I know some of them have bad reputations on here which was the reason for my question.

Anyone have a history of consigning to any of these places?
You can check with them. From my understanding they are all 3 flooded with card at the moment so they might not want all the lower priced cards. I know it has been mentioned about Greg Morris cards on here recently. What ever you decide good luck.
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Fred, I would do Probstein for these. Maybe list the ones over a few hundred as BIN on your own eBay acct. I have had good success with similar stuff. I just take a pic of all of my items before shipping.
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Old 08-06-2020, 01:58 PM
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..sheer financial positivity : PWCC gets higher prices from his buyers for PSA-graded sportscards....however , he charges a bit more than if you were to do it by yourself and let E-Bay take whatever it is they are taking nowadays....but I have found 100% of the time I as a seller ( or in this case "consignor to PWCC ) wind up with more $ $ clear by letting them do it all -- and not having to deal with the packing and shipping and post office line , and traffic ( oh ,and late payer/no payer ) that stuff is priceless beyond words........the cut-off point for me has been an estimated final auction price of more or less twenty bucks....if "sold" column for a card is less than $20 then yes , COMC is more logical...

..Gotta be some good backstory on how these particular cards fell into your life ???? Share ??

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Old 08-07-2020, 08:34 PM
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..sheer financial positivity : PWCC gets higher prices from his buyers for PSA-graded sportscards....however , he charges a bit more than if you were to do it by yourself and let E-Bay take whatever it is they are taking nowadays....but I have found 100% of the time I as a seller ( or in this case "consignor to PWCC ) wind up with more $ $ clear by letting them do it all -- and not having to deal with the packing and shipping and post office line , and traffic ( oh ,and late payer/no payer ) that stuff is priceless beyond words........the cut-off point for me has been an estimated final auction price of more or less twenty bucks....if "sold" column for a card is less than $20 then yes , COMC is more logical...

..Gotta be some good backstory on how these particular cards fell into your life ???? Share ??

...
Hi Mike:

You are correct. There is a back story.

A good friend and fellow Hartland collector recently passed away. His family was kind enough to sell me his collection with the proviso I clean out everything because they did not want to deal with it all.

Thus, I ended up with these cards, other newer sets, Golf cards, McFarlands, a Dick Tracey wind up squad car, a GI Joe, autographed balls, etc. Things out of my knowledge zone like these modern cards
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Old 08-12-2020, 12:52 PM
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The way stuff is selling right now, if you have an eBay account sell the 10s yourself.
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I agree with John.

Maybe contact fellow member Scott Russell (Aquarian Sports Cards on here). He might list the few better cards individually and make some lots with the low value cards.
Thanks for the shout out Ben. Whiteymet, I would indeed auction all of these in one of our post war auctions, and I am willing to do much smaller lots than most auctions so many of them would sell individually. The only catch is I wouldn't be interested if you pulled the 10's. I am willing to take the chaff with the wheat, but I can't do nothing but chaff!

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If you have any kind of ballpark price in mind, you may be able to sell the whole lot as a group on here and save yourself a lot of headaches! Consider it.....
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If you have any kind of ballpark price in mind, you may be able to sell the whole lot as a group on here and save yourself a lot of headaches! Consider it.....
OK, so I've considered it. Look at the Buy Sell Trade area. I decided to list the PSA graded cards as a group over there.

Someone can make a nice haul! Take a look!
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If you have any kind of ballpark price in mind, you may be able to sell the whole lot as a group on here and save yourself a lot of headaches! Consider it.....
Just changed this in BST to accepting offers on all the PSA graded cards.
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