Author Archives: Peter Leventhal

Buying Older Sports Cards

Kenmore Collectibles buys sports cards

Do you have any older sports cards you are looking to sell? We are constantly in search of Buying older Sports Cards. Goudey Play Ball, Diamond Stars, U.S. Caramel, old Tobacco Cards. You name it, we are buying. Show us what you have and we will make you an offer. Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Lou […]

We Buy Foreign Coins

If you have recently been out of the country and have a drawer full of British Pounds or Chinese Yuan, you know that banks do not take foreign change. To them, it’s small potatoes or perhaps too much of a hassle to get the change back to the country of origin. Whatever the reason, banks do […]

Baseballs: The Hobby’s Perfect Gift

Do you know the old saying about bananas? They say bananas are nature’s perfect snack. Just the right size, easy to transport, full of potassium…well, it got me to thinking that baseballs are the perfect gift. How?, you may ask. 1) Baseballs are easy to transport.  Just plop it in a bag.  This cannot be said for, […]

JUST IN: 1975 Boston Red Sox Team-Signed Ball $595

With the Red Sox playing exemplary ball, let’s look back to another powerhouse Red Sox team, the 1975 Boston Red Sox. If these two teams faced each other, who would win? Both teams had about the same win-loss ratio and about the same batting average. The 1975 Red Sox were younger by almost three years. […]

October & November New-Product Release Calendar

Unsure when new sets like Triple Threads, Panini Prestige, and Absolute Memorabilia hit the streets? Check out our list below. Call us for our expected stock. And don’t forget our deal on sports card boxes: Buy one at regular price, get a 2nd of equal or lesser value at 20% off! 2013/14 Upper Deck Artifacts […]

Check it out: WWI Trench Art

This is a piece of trench art from WWI, probably by an American soldier. When there was downtime, soldiers would create art with items they had on hand. Note the bullet casing! Kenmore Collectibles buys war memorabilia from the Revolutionary War to World War II. #medals, #swords, #uniforms, #photos. Anything but German WWII.   

Guess the imperfection

We just got a collection of off-grade 1953 Topps baseball cards in. They’re an attractive-looking bunch, but most of them have an imperfection. Take a look at this one of Dom DiMaggio. Can you tell what the problem is?   Get a good look? The red box has been touched up. It may be subtle, […]

Are you looking for a lucky shop?

We’ve had some big hits: The customer who found the Roberto Clemente cut signature card a few weeks back was lucky, but how’s this for a great pull? Another of our customers found this in a pack of 2013 Historic Autographs Originals. He paid $200.00 for the pack. In the past two months, prices realized on […]