For a great recent 3 page article on the show in Sports Collectors Digest, please scroll down towards the bottom.......Just right click on your mouse on this free admission pass then hit print to get a free admission pass to the show -- limited time offer
BUY-SELL-TRADE Cards & Collectibles of all sports, old & new cards, graded cards, sets, wax boxes, game-used cards, autographs, McFarlanes, card supplies at GREAT PRICES. The show is at an air conditioned facility with an ATM at the hotel front desk. There's also a reference table of all the latest hobby price guides A professionally run card show here since 1991
DIRECTIONS: From I-95: Exit 7A in Massachusetts (Rt. 140 S.) then right onto
show has raised thousands of dollars
$600.00 was donated by former Patriot Sammy Morris to
Attleboro High School football in conjunction with his
appearance at the March show here last year.
$600.00 was donated by former Patriot Sammy Morris to Attleboro High School football in conjunction with his appearance at the March show here last year.
are a couple links about the card show:
nice article on this card show in the Boston
You Tube Videos of the Card Show
another nice article on the
Here are a couple links about the card show: nice article on this card show in the Boston Globe You Tube Videos of the Card Show another nice article on the card show
VENDORS EXPECTED TO SET-UP INCLUDE
Two of the show's vendors are big buyers of collections. That's John Celona of Champions Sports Cards & Collectibles on the left. You can be reached at 781-812-3699. Steve Rosenblum's on the right. His phone number's in the picture & his email is firstname.lastname@example.org)
Become a fan of the show on Facebook (Some great photos of the show & autograph guests on the Facebook Fan Page)
The history of the card show & of me..............
Like a lot of people I started collecting sports memorabilia/cards as a kid going on to sell some just to buy more. I've run card shows at several different locations in the past, but the Holiday Inn in Mansfield certainly has proved to be the best. I started this card show when I was 18 years old on Presidents Day in 1991. It was certainly a different hobby, a different world and a different me. There was no internet for starters. Larry Bird was still playing for the Celtics. And the Patriots had just finished up their worst season ever with a record of 1-15. The card show started out small both in size (about 38 vendor tables) & frequency (about 7 a year) gradually increasing in size over the years with 17 shows a year of at least 75 vendor tables. In 2003, we started having autograph guests on a regular basis, and now have nearly 70 autograph guests each year. Married now with 2 young kids, I do life insurance during the day & play & coach soccer. Iíve met a lot of nice collectors as well as a lot of nice autograph guests over the years, made some good friends and, while itís never been a full-time job for me, itís been awesome having a job I really enjoy. Special thanks to Jack Melchert (the autograph ticket guy), Ernie Rotman at the admissions table and Chris & Bev Walz for their expertise in handling the autograph guests.