Baseball Card Roadshows is Going Back on the Road

The Nation's Largest Cash Buyer of Vintage (Pre-1967) Sports Cards Will Be Traveling the Country Buying Collections

1954 Topps Hank Aaron

Baseball Card Roadshows, the nation's largest cash buyer of vintage sports cards, will be heading out on the road again after a two-year hiatus. 

Principal owner Gary Leavitt says, "The time is just right. People are comfortable meeting again, the market is hot, and I have collections to look at in just about every state. My model is a little different since this isn't my source of income or my job. I keep any cards that are in great condition for my personal collection, so I generally pay more than anyone else." 

With a history of 15+ years buying collections, Leavitt is considered an expert in the industry with clients ranging from attorneys, university endowment funds, the DEA, and private collectors around the country. Leavitt consults with high-value collection owners, expert witness testimony, and insurance valuations in addition to purchasing collections.

"I collected cards with my mom back in California as a little kid, and now I'm 50 years old still acting like a child. I wouldn't have it any other way." Leavitt has a unique process as he meets privately with each owner and explains valuations and all options associated with it. "My goal is to advise the client on the best way to maximize their return. Whether it be with me or my network of auction houses, by the end of our meeting, they will know the cards will get the best home and the most return possible." 

Leavitt states the best way to start the process is to contact him via the website at and set up a discovery call. "It's so exciting as you never know what you will hear about on the other end of the line."

Source: Baseball Card Roadshows

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