Bergen Pickers in Hackensack, NJ Buy Your Coins, Comic Books, Collectibles, Military Items and Vintage Toys!

Bergen Pickers in Hackensack, NJ Buy Your Coins, Comic Books, Collectibles, Military Items and Vintage Toys!

Hackensack : NJ : USA | Jul 18, 2013 at 5:20 PM PDT
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Bergen Pickers is the largest buyer of old toys and collectibles in New Jersey. They spend Thousands of Dollars each year buying different types of Collectibles such as old toys, comic books, coins, costume jewelry, military items, trading cards, sports & movie memorabilia, vinyl, watches & clocks, and so much more. Not sure if they’re interested in your items? Call them and ask! 201-486-1420. Many of their collectors and dealers sell to them! The founders of Bergen Pickers are real collectibles enthusiasts, so they understand the personal connection and financial investment one could have regarding their items or collection.
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