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Old 08-13-2020, 06:27 PM
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Default Card Shop with PreWar in KC?

Hello,

Is there a card shop in Kansas City that has a good pre-war/tobacco selection? If so, is there a best shop?

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Old 08-13-2020, 07:10 PM
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Baseball Card Store on 87th is probably one of the top shops. Don't expect a lot of pre-war though.
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I was in there on Tuesday. They had a couple of Mathewson and a Cobb in t206, and a Cobb in 205.

That was it though.

As mentioned in the previous post, prewar doesn't happen often with their inventory.
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Old 08-14-2020, 01:12 PM
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Thanks fellas
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If you haven’t been and you’re going to be in KC, I recommend checking out the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Some great vintage photos and memorabilia. I was there a couple summers ago with my boys and we all enjoyed the experience. We followed up with lunch at Arthur Bryant’s BBQ, which is a short walk away. It was a great way to spend a half-day in KC.

https://nlbm.com

https://www.arthurbryantsbbq.com

Here are a few pictures from our day at the museum (sorry about the sideways photos!)

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If you see an 80s Kansas City Team Photo Issue John Schuerholz, let me know.

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Enjoy KC!
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If you see an 80s Kansas City Team Photo Issue John Schuerholz, let me know.

Shameless plug. Haha.

Enjoy KC!
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[QUOTE=Jeff_cvc;2008584]If you haven’t been and you’re going to be in KC, I recommend checking out the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Some great vintage photos and memorabilia. I was there a couple summers ago with my boys and we all enjoyed the experience. We followed up with lunch at Arthur Bryant’s BBQ, which is a short walk away. It was a great way to spend a half-day in KC.

+1 on the NLBM

As a prior 30 year Missouri Resident - I have been there several times - always a great day.

Additionally The KC Jazz Museum (same location) is equally impressive.

In Fact the entire area at 18th & Vine offers lots to do - and there is absolutely nothing anywhere as good as KC BBQ - Enjoy

https://www.visitkc.com/18th-vine
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Thanks- great suggestions!
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