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Old 08-10-2006, 07:55 AM
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Posted By: Joe D.

Any N54ers attending or going to have a table?

I am looking to bring my son there on the 20th (hopefully there is some good stuff left on the Sunday)



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Posted By: rob

Seems a little pathetic for that show to use such a grandiose name...while the WP show may be traditional it is hardly rich with vintage talent.

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Old 08-10-2006, 08:02 AM
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Posted By: Joe D.

I was pretty disappointed at the last White Plains show (vintage wise).

I wasn't going to go back (not really worth the drive for me)....

but I heard that this one is better than the regular White Plains show, and with the Philly show skipping September - I also heard that some of the better vendors will be there.

Hopefully it is true and is worth the drive.

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Posted By: Kevin Cummings

Back in the day when Gloria Rothstein and her husband Dean used to run it, it was one of the better shows around. I know some may find this blasphemous, but it was as good as Fort Washington, maybe better.

I was very disappointed by the last one I attended and unless I knew for certain there would be several dealers with 19th century material in attendance, it wouldn't be worth the trip for me and I live ony 40 minutes away.

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Posted By: Preece1

Jay Miller said it very accurately ..."there are more vintage cards in the bathroom of the Ft. Washington show than at the White Plains shows..."

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Posted By: Rich Klein

Dean is Gloria's son -- Sam was her husband. Sadly both Sam and Gloria have left us in the past year or so.

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Posted By: Kevin Cummings

Rich:

Thanks for catching my typo. We all grew up in Palisades Park, NJ and my sister was friendly with Gloria's daughter, Andrea.

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Posted By: ScottIngold

Pal Park huh. I spent many years in Edgewater fishing on the Hudson.

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Posted By: James Gallo

I need to get a few cards graded so I am going. Not sure which day tho. I also went to the last one and ended up buying a bunch of Cracker Jacks that I had looked at several times in the past.

I do agree it was a bit weak on the vintage pre-war stuff but I need a show time fix.

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Looking for 1915 Cracker Jacks and 1909-11 American Caramel E90-1.

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Posted By: T206Collector

...lately than when Gloria's son ran it. The dealers are much happier to be there under the current regime. There are typically 4 or 5 tables that have T206 cards in significant quantities, and perhaps 2 or 3 tables that are large vintage tables. I am talking about their shows that they have every two months or so. This one should be bigger.

I only live 10 minutes away and so I try to make a trip each time it's on. But the last time I visited I did not make any purchases. That's pretty hard for me to do at a baseball card show, but there wasn't even anything tempting me.

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