Baseball Card Advisors helps many clients sell their baseball cards, sports memorabilia, sports cards and/or tobacco cards. Check out our testimonial section to hear directly from our clients. Here are some options to consider when looking to sell your baseball cards:
- Collector- Actual collectors are hard to track down. This is where Baseball Card Advisors can help. We have a large network of collectors that purchase collections from our clients. We take great pride in finding the right collector for the right collection.
- Auction House- This can be a good option for some; however, there are a lot of things to consider when working with an auction company. For example: You will need to send your cards in months before the auction and you don’t receive payment for a couple months after the auction is over for your collection.
BaseballCardadvisor.com can help determine if an auction house is the right option for your collection. We have several reputable partners at auction houses.
- Ebay- This can be a great options for some client if they are already rated as a “Top Seller on Ebay”. Selling on ebay can be a lot of work, as the majority of the time you need to break down a collection into very small pieces. Baseball Card Advisors would suggest consigning the collection to an Ebay broker who will charge a small fee for the work. We have contacts nationwide if this is the direction you want to go.
- Baseball Card Store- If you are looking to keep your work load down; then selling to a local sports card shop might be an option. Something to keep in mind when selling to sports retail store is they are like anyone else that has a business….they need to make a profit as they have overhead and costs. Generally, sports cards shops will be a small fraction of the value of a collection.
- Craigslist-If you have a large collection of newer (1972-current), sometimes your best bet would be to sell on Craigslist. Something to keep in mind when selling on Craigslist is many times people are not going to pay what the collection is worth. In addition, there are always safety issues when trying to sell on Craigslist.
- Donations-In some cases your collection is too new and by donating the collection, the tax write off may just be a better fit for your baseball or sports card collection.
Contact Baseball Card Advisors if you want us to help evaluate your collection and determine where you should sell collection to capitalize on the value.