FAQ

Yes. Plenty of parking available.
No we do not.Contact JSA (James Spence Authentication Service (www.spenceloa.com) or PSA/DNA (www.psacard.com). For a small fee, we can help expedite the process.
Yes, but only items with certificates of authenticity from reputable companies such as TriStar, MLB, PSA/DNA, UDA or JSA.  If we are very interested in your item we will help you get your item authenticated.
No, with the exception of graded PSA, BGS or SGC cards. The exception: Basketball cards 1980 – 1987, Unopened Boxes, Unopened Pre-1986 Sets
Items over $1000, we pay by check.
Yes up to purchase of $500.00. State law allows purchases of precious metals over $500.00 to be tax-free.
As long as the value is below $14,000 per year from one parent or $28,000 from both parents, the answer is no. Above these numbers, your relative would need to file a tax return. However, no federal taxes are paid out unless the total inheritance is above $5,490,000.  The same is true for Massachusetts residents but only up to $1,000,000.
Yes, there is a 3% charge with a 20% down payment is required.
Due to the very close margins we work on, we prefer cash or paypal (friends or family) but we will accept credit cards, 3% fee.
Yes if we agree to it. We charge 25% of the final selling price.
We pay 75% of the average Ebay final price of that card.  For example.  If the last (5) 1986 Fleer Michael Jordan PSA 7 Rookie cards sold for $5000.00 on eBay, our buy price would be $3750.00
Yes. We charge $75.00 per hour. If you decide to sell to us, we subtract out the appraisal fee.
Only soap and water and a fine cloth. No silver cleaner. Cleaned or “wiped” coins are very difficult to sell and lose a lot of their value.
We are an authorized PSA dealer. We can send cards out. Our fee (10%) is based on your total PSA order. If your order to PSA costs $300.00, we charge $30.00 on top.
Yes, if necessary we will do that.

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