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Collectors/Goldin Set to Open New Lower Cost Marketplace, Weekly Auctions

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Goldin and its parent company, Collectors, will soon be offering two new online marketplaces for sports card enthusiasts to purchase collectibles from. The Goldin Marketplace is designed specifically for items costing over $100 with the ability to make offers on any listing as well. Weekly Auctions hold plenty of promise too; running nine days each week ending every Thursday night - plus sellers can enjoy discounted seller fees in their first month! All this kicks off come January 17th so mark your calendars now!

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