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Old 03-13-2018, 11:40 PM
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I really like Scott from Birmingham Auctions. I have consigned several times and have had nothing but positive experiences. Scott works hard to get the right people seeing your stuff. He has a loyal following of bidders at the Parsippany auction who look for and bid on pre-war cards. I’m sure his other auctions are also very strong, just haven’t been able to personally attend yet. Payment is always quick & he has EXTREMELY reasonable rates for consigners!
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Old 03-14-2018, 04:32 AM
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I agree with what was stated here previously about selling here on BST section. T206s are always liquid and have interested buyers.

Unless the OP has a rare T206 back or a high-grade Cobb/Matty/WaJo that needs to be at a high-end auction house, PWCC is another good option for maximizing sale prices. They also run auctions more frequently than many of other non eBay auction houses.

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Old 03-14-2018, 10:11 AM
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Originally Posted by RedsFan1941 View Post
getting a negative consignment rate can be overrated. which would you rather have? 100 percent of a $10,000 high bid or 105 percent of an $8,500 high bid?

the term "auction houses" always covers a wide brush in these type of threads. those with larger mailing lists who do more than just buy an ad to promote their auction, don't gouge on shipping and have excellent customer service are typically going to realize higher prices than those that don't. some auction houses realize why they are in business. others don't. i would be ok with not getting a negative rate from those who do their job well.
Yup, and I have gotten negative rates at the big houses. Like I said, OP should do himself a service and call around.
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