Selling to 4 Sharp Corners
One of the most common questions we get is “where do you get so many amazing cards?” The answer is simple –
we buy lots of cards. LOTS and LOTS of cards! We have to go through an incredible amount of inventory to
find all the high-grade items we have up for sale. We are able to acquire the inventory we need because we
are very aggressive buyers of quality material – which allows us to buy from collectors and dealers alike.
We also take pride in making our transactions quick, honest and fair which in turn leads to a lot of repeat
business. Please give us an opportunity to buy from you if you have something to sell!
- Sets & Set Runs
- Unopened Material
- PSA Set Registries
With the dwindling supply and escalating price of vintage unopened material, high-grade sets and set
runs are our primary source of high-grade cards from 1980 and earlier. We are ALWAYS buying high-grade
sets, partial sets, lots and hoards from all 4 major sports as well as non-sport cards. Whether you have
a set run from 1952 to present, or one nice set from 1972, please contact us if you are looking to sell.
Vintage unopened material has been one of the hottest segments in the hobby over the last decade with
prices climbing at an almost exponential rate. While we are, of course, interested in buying this
material we are also actively seeking unopened from 1985 to present. We buy wax, rack and factory set
cases from all 4 major sports and are willing to take on huge accumulations of very diverse products.
Some of our recent buys include: 40 cello cases of 1981 Coca-Cola baseball, 20 cases of 1989 Upper Deck
baseball factory sets, 8 cases of 1988 Topps football wax, and 12 cases of 1990 Score hockey factory
sets – just to name a few! Not a day goes by that we don’t get a call or email about all kinds of
unopened product. If you have something to sell, please contact us.
While most of our graded inventory is self-submitted, we also actively buy PSA Set Registries. Auction
houses like to flaunt flashy sales of ultra-rare and high-grade specimens, but the truth is auction
results on common cards are often much less favorable to the seller. Selling to us allows collectors to
control what they realize on their entire collection without the uncertainty and extended timeline of
the auction process. We typically issue payment for PSA sets within 24 hours of receipt and pay very