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Old 06-14-2021, 09:54 AM
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Maybe someone who walked the show floor over the weekend can tell me if there are many dealers for vintage hockey art this show, I have never been and hope to go in September. Thanks !
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Old 06-14-2021, 11:03 AM
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...looking forward to the next one already...
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Any T206 Wagner in the show?
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Old 06-14-2021, 02:36 PM
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I had a good time at the show. Took my son Friday and we were able to pick up some Hobby boxes to rip at home and walk the floor. Went back Saturday am while I had an hour to kill and I ended up picking up a card but the crowds were nuts. I've heard multiple dealers talking about the non-stop customers being a little tiring. The show leaned much more modern than usual. I thought the selection for mid grade was pretty good but higher end stuff was def being held back for auction houses or the National. If you were a fan of modern basketball or raw patch cards, you'd have been in heaven.
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Old 06-14-2021, 06:32 PM
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Any T206 Wagner in the show?
No Wagners from what I observed.

I went at 9 AM on Saturday for about an hour and then went back at lunch time for a few hours.

Heritage, Hunt, H&S, Collectors (Scott) all had previews displayed, which all had some nice offerings.

JSA was authenticating the whole time.

I saw a few tables with 52 Mantles, one table had 5-8 51 Mantles, Robinsons, Cobbs, lots of T206, Goudey Ruths.

Little to no type 1 photos.

Little to no tickets.

One dealer from NY had a ton of great assortment of high end autographed balls and photos.

-A few breakers were steaming from the show.
-Straight football centric tables
-Modern shinny stuff tables
-I did not see much Pokemon, but was not looking either.

Lots of people walking in with cases looking to sell Herberts, Zions etc.

I observed one one guy working on his Monster (he was around 488 range) he was walking around with his binder.

Chad Johnson (formerly Ocho Cinco) was signing and Darius Slay (Eagles Corner) followed him. As they were transitioning, Johnson grabs the mike and said Slay could not cover him, which seemed on point to Johnson's persona.
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