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Magical Memorabilia Tour: Classic Rock Hits the Auction Block

By   /  June 20, 2016  /  Featured Press, Pawn News  /  No Comments

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In January, 32 NFL franchise owners met in Houston to decide which of three teams would be moving to Los Angeles—a decision with the potential to massively change two of four metropolitan economies (the Rams won, St. Louis lost). During a break in the haggling, Jim Irsay, owner of the Indianapolis Colts, huddled with Paul [...]

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Avoiding Fake Sports Memorabilia

By   /  July 12, 2013  /  Collectibles  /  No Comments

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Most people never get the chance to get an autograph in person from their favorite sports star, so instead they go shopping.  Fans love to collect sports memorabilia, however many have been disappointed to learn what they purchased was not the real thing. In fact it’s becoming a growing problem.  Dan bought his son an [...]

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New York Pawn Shop to the Stars Loans on Luxury

By   /  July 12, 2013  /  Pawn News  /  No Comments

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New York Loan Company, Manhattan’s premiere pawn shop opened this month after operating its sister location, Beverly Loan Company, in Beverly Hills for over 75 years. This family owned collateral lending institution, known as the “pawn shop to the stars,” caters to those who require a confidential short-term cash infusion ranging from $500 to well [...]

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Sports Memorabilia Dealer Sells 1989 Michigan NCAA championship ring

By   /  May 12, 2013  /  Collectibles  /  No Comments

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Yee Mar deals in sports memorabilia.  He currently has Rumeal Robinson’s 1989 Michigan NCAA championship ring up for sale.  He purchased the ring a few years ago after researching and deciding it was authentic.  Robinson made two game-winning free throws in overtime to win the Wolverines only basketball championship, but is currently in jail after [...]

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Sports Memorabilia Expert says Provenance is Everything

By   /  February 25, 2013  /  Collectibles  /  No Comments

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Even Rick Harrison of “Pawn Stars” needs a second opinion sometimes, and when it comes to sports memorabilia, he looks to expert Jeremy Brown, owner of Ultimate Sports Cards in Las Vegas. Brown is one of many local business owners trusted by Harrison as experts of a certain genre.  He has often given Harrison his [...]

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The Changing Face of Pawn Business

By   /  September 18, 2012  /  Pawn News  /  No Comments

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Pawn shops date back 3000 years and have always run on a strictly cash and carry business model, however, times are changing.  Most now accept credit and debit cards and with a high volume of daily business effective processing is a must.  Pawn shops were thrust into the spotlight with the success of all the [...]

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