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BY: Babying (Wayne)
The bus comes and the players are coming out very very very fast. I think my son is only going to get 4-5 autos at best. He got 16 (missed 4 guys). Can you believe the guys lined up and waited their turn to sign for him. I honestly can't believe what I saw. We had to hockey cards of Leland Irving and the guys told my son where he was. He signed both cards and I had a puck but did not know who Irving was. So unfortunately did not get Irving on a puck. I did see
BY the member Rabs:
Hey everyone I know a few other members here went to the Chantilly show the last weekend in March. I was unable to meet any of them sadly and it was my first time at the CSA show (they have three a year) and my largest show ever. I wasn't expecting to see so much memorabilia there as I did, including helmets and jerseys but it was pretty neat. There was also a lot of unique artwork as well, such as 3D athlete portraits. You can see some of the guy’s work here:
By member xexus
Selection of cards: I thought there was a good selection. I saw years ranging for the at least the 50's (maybe older) to 2008.
The show doesn't emphasize one sport over another.
Selection of Wax Boxes: I know there was a decent selection for football and baseball but for others I don't know since I only collect football and baseball.
Pricing: Some I believe are a little pricey buy I don't really know since I've never bought wax
Shriners Auditorium Show – Wilmington Mass November 7, 2009
by Jeff Woodward (aka schwood)
So, I was asked to do a short write up on the Shriners Show in Wimington. This show is run by the GBSSC (Greater Boston Sports Collectors Club). What a great show! There are close to 250 tables, and this show certainly does not disappoint. And starting last year, it is held twice a year now. Once in November and once sometime in the summer. Unfortunately I missed the one in the