Kenmore Collectibles will be closed from Monday July 1st – Saturday July 6th. Have a Happy July 4th


About Us

Kenmore Collectibles is Boston’s premier dealer of coins, gold and silver, sports cards and memorabilia located in the heart of Kenmore Square. Just steps from historic Fenway Park

Beginning in 1988, Kenmore Collectibles began as a sports card shop on Bromfield Street in Boston’s historic Downtown Crossing. After riding the heyday of sports collecting for twenty years, J.J. Teaparty Sports Cards decided to expand its business into coins and precious metals.

Co-Owners, Mike Gill and Peter Leventhal uprooted their store and moved to the friendly neighborhood of Kenmore Square where they changed the name of the business to Kenmore Collectibles. Today, just as in 1988, Kenmore Collectibles is dedicated to the original goal of offering superior customer service with honesty and integrity.


I wanted to sell some gold and lucked out finding this place online. The man who assessed my pieces was honest — suggesting I hold onto an antique watch band. I’ve been there twice now and both times was pleasantly shocked by how much money I received for jewelry I no longer wore. I have been telling friends, family and co-workers about how great this place is.


I have been doing business with Peter for close to 20 years. I have purchased cards from Kenmore Collectibles and have found they are very knowledgeable and fairly priced. There is no pressure selling and Peter actually gives you honest feedback about value for money that may not be in his interest for maximizing sales, but is in my interest as customer.

Kevin Q. - 7/6/12

The guys who work there are really helpful and knowledgeable. I went in looking for a simple item (a display case for a baseball card) and just wondered if they had a card for a pretty unknown Red Sox first basemen from 1947. The guy didn’t have one (of course. I don’t know if anybody does), but he went through the trouble to look the player up in a reference book and let me know how many cards were ever issued for the guy, when, and by what company.

Rachel C., Atlanta, GA - 12/23/2008


56 Chestnut Hill Ave. Suite 104, Brighton MA 02135

From Kenmore Station Green Line Stop: Take the Fenway / Commonwealth Ave / Brookline Ave Exit.  At the top of the stairs, turn right.  Walk two minutes (heading back in towards Boston) past the Hotel Commonwealth. Note the Hancock Building in the distance.

From Hynes Auditorium Green Line Stop: Walk to Commonwealth Avenue and head toward the Citgo Sign.  We are a five minute walk on your left. First building after the overpass.

By Bus: Get off at Kenmore Station, walk across the street to the Hotel Commonwealth and turn left. Walk two minutes.

By Car: Please use the map to the bottom (Google Maps) or other direction services like Mapquest, Yahoo or Google Maps to find us.  Metered Parking is almost always available.  If you cannot find a spot out front, there is parking behind the building (Newbury St.). Bring some quarters. 12 1/2 minutes per quarter.

56 Chestnut Hill Ave. Suite 104, Brighton MA 02135
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Yes. It is metered. In the front and back of the building and there is almost always a spot available.  Bring quarters.

No we do not.Contact JSA (James Spence Authentication Service ( or PSA/DNA ( They come to this area twice a year or send your item out to them.

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 or BGS cards, Basketball cards up to 1987, Unopened Boxes, Unopened Pre-1986 Sets

Items over $1000, we pay by check.