National Sports Collectors Convention in 2 weeks!

Come meet us at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Cleveland, August 1-5!
http://www.nsccshow.com

Julia and I will be there.

Let us know if you are planning to be at the show, and we will keep an eye out for you.

6 thoughts on “National Sports Collectors Convention in 2 weeks!

  1. Hey Tim! We’re going to be at the National also, we’ll be at booth #1041 in the corporate area. We’ll have our buyer there with a bunch of cash buying cards and memorabilia and we’ll be bringing in a ton of unopened boxes. I’m sure you won’t miss us. Stop by and say hi to the guy wearing the bluetooth, that’s Adam.

  2. Hi tim

    It was great to meet u, i am the indian man who bought the poker box from u and you should me the value of phil on your site. the site is great, i have signed on and have an account. i have 80 cards i need to send to you. please can u give me directions where to send and what to do. all the cards will be baseball. Again it was great meeting you and julia.

  3. Hey guys, I’m planning to go to the 2008 show in Chicago as a collector, not a seller. I’ve never been to one of these things before… I’m an on-and-off collector (mostly off) but I have a few questions I’m hoping you can answer for me!

    – How much do the athletes charge for autographs? (I’m assuming it varies but a range would be nice)

    – Will they sign multiple cards/items?

    – What’s the best way to carry my cards around… in top loaders? in an album?

    – Is a Sharpie still the best autograph pen or should I bring something else?

    If you could answer any (hopefully all) of my questions I’d really appreciate it!! Feel free to email me directly if you don’t feel it belongs in this comment space.

    Thanks,
    Michael

  4. The fees vary, but it is often in the $10 – $50 range.
    I am sure you can get multiple items signed, but you will likely have to pay for each of them.
    I would go with top loaders.
    Sharpie is still really good for autographs.

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