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Post by sabrjay Sun Sep 20, 2009 12:00 am

I went to my first card show since moving to the Minneapolis/ St Paul. I wasn't expecting much given it was being held at what my girlfriend kindly called a rundown mall. There were only about a dozen or so tables, but I was pleasantly surprised to actually find a some vintage (by our standards) card and memorabilia. There were Delongs and Diamond Stars (all PSA6 or higher and way out of my price range) along with some t206s, Play Balls, Goudeys as well as some more the 1933 Wheaties post cards that Todd posted in the Acquisitions thread. The seller had the key card, Joe Hauser and few others left. It's a good thing I'm more disciplined in my collecting these days as I would have loved to have added the Hauser to my collection. There were also cool store model bats of Ken Williams and Al Simmons.

All in all it wasn't too bad a show considering I was only expecting to find maybe 1 dealer that would have a few highly overpriced t206s at best for vintage cards.


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