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Old 01-19-2018, 01:33 PM
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REA under Rob Lifson was the only auction house I fully trusted and this continues under Brian.
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Old 01-19-2018, 02:18 PM
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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.
Reach out to Brian and see what he has to say. Particularly if the item is decent value, and/or does not require anything special work (ie. it is already graded and not something highly obscure) I believe it is easier for them to work with you. I am consigning a couple of items to this auction that’s upcoming, and Brian has been nothing but extremely helpful and friendly.
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Reach out to Brian and see what he has to say. Particularly if the item is decent value, and/or does not require anything special work (ie. it is already graded and not something highly obscure) I believe it is easier for them to work with you. I am consigning a couple of items to this auction that’s upcoming, and Brian has been nothing but extremely helpful and friendly.
Or just sell to me!
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Wow...ive never seen a zillion cards
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Tom D'Alonzo is my man at REA, and he's a total pro like the whole outfit.
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