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Old 01-13-2018, 06:24 PM
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its easy to overlook the guys in the hobby who are honest and good at their job
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These are just some of the reasons why I entrusted consigning my collection to them for the upcoming Spring auction.

Brian was great to deal with. Total professional all the way!

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The only auctions that I have ever consigned with have been with REA and Sterling - which Brian started. Hardest working man in the hobby!
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The REA guys are great. Kudos to Dean, the veteran of the group.
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Not to hijack, but rather piggyback the OP's sentiments. During the Spring auction last year, there were a few cards I wanted. And like most of you, I placed a huge number of initial bids and slowly began to narrow it down to a few lots.

The prices began to get realized and I became disappointed that I might only win one lot. My wife went behind my back and with only a few days until the close of the auction and without any real card history, she contacted Brian to explain that she wanted to open an account so that she could surprise me with another lot.

Long story short; I won my intended and lot and my wife (unbeknownst to me) also won her lot. Brain remembered his phone conversation with my wife and took the time to call her and ask if she would like them shipped in two separate packages, so that I wouldn't realize it when my winning lot arrived.

Needless to say, it was a very pleasant birthday surprise, but more importantly, A+ customer service!


That's great Michael.

I have only one question for you:

Does your wife have an available sister?


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Just to echo Glyn's comments, I've only talked with Brian a couple times but he blew me away at the national when he called me by name merely by the card I brought him to consign. We had talked about it once on the phone and had never met. I walked up to their booth and he saw the card, a nice card but nothing earth shattering by any stretch of the imagination, in my hand and knew instantly who I was. Mike I deal with all the time and he's absolutely one of the nicest guys I've met, in the hobby or out.
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I cannot say enough good things about Brian. Nothing in this thread surprises me.

One of the honorable and trustworthy guys in the hobby.
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Just to echo Glyn's comments, I've only talked with Brian a couple times but he blew me away at the national when he called me by name merely by the card I brought him to consign. We had talked about it once on the phone and had never met. I walked up to their booth and he saw the card, a nice card but nothing earth shattering by any stretch of the imagination, in my hand and knew instantly who I was. Mike I deal with all the time and he's absolutely one of the nicest guys I've met, in the hobby or out.
I couldn't agree morel As friendly as anyone you could hope to meet. He also graciously gave to the Net54baseball Dinner doggy charity and couldn't even make the dinner.
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Based on this and numerous threads about them I was considering consigning some items; just curious is there any wiggle room on their 20% sellers fee? Nothing I have that I am aware of is considered significant.
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Based on this and numerous threads about them I was considering consigning some items; just curious is there any wiggle room on their 20% sellers fee? Nothing I have that I am aware of is considered significant.
Is it 20% now?? I thought it was 15%?
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