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Old 09-23-2017, 09:28 AM
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Todd, I would think that Sterling Auctions pretty much fits the description of what you are looking for. And, Sterling has an auction every month, which always gives me an auction near term to look forward to.
+1 on Sterling. And the Brockelman Auctions auction ending this evening also has lots of collector friendly cards as well as some higher end ones.

Personally, I think we need 1 more auction house.
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www.cardboardpicasso.com is something to check out. They market themselves as an alternative to sports card auctions and have "buy now" prices, 0% buyer's premium, free next-day shipping with insurance, a loyalty program, and coupons up to $200 off (through their loyalty program). They have an ebay site as well but the prices are always cheaper on their site.


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I'm just about over auctions of all kinds these days. I'll happily "over pay" with a BIN than deal with competition and absurd time restraints...it's just not worth the hassle to me anymore.
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www.cardboardpicasso.com is something to check out. They market themselves as an alternative to sports card auctions and have "buy now" prices, 0% buyer's premium, free next-day shipping with insurance, a loyalty program, and coupons up to $200 off (through their loyalty program). They have an ebay site as well but the prices are always cheaper on their site.
3 posts, 3 references to the same business. Any chance it is yours? If so, why don't you just say that's?

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How about a niche auction house? I see so many generalists doing the best they can with a variety of items. Wouldn't it be nice to see a niche auctioneer devoted only to prewar baseball, for example.
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How about a niche auction house? I see so many generalists doing the best they can with a variety of items. Wouldn't it be nice to see a niche auctioneer devoted only to prewar baseball, for example.

I think that's why I love RMY Auctions. It's a niche auction for photo collectors. How many times do you actually see photos featured in an auction house? Not very often. Most of the time it's a Ruth...Mantle...Cobb...game used bats...hats..etc or personal awards from an estate.
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This thread made me think of Don West
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If more auction houses meant more great cards coming to market then yes. I fear that what it would mean would be more stuff that you could just as easily find on EBay. I say no. In fact, we probably need less than we have now.
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