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Old 07-21-2017, 07:14 PM
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Thanks, I didn't know about this one. I'll have to drive down there and check it out.
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Old 07-21-2017, 09:10 PM
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Bill's Sports Collectibles
2335 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210

Love that place, huge selection of everything. One could get lost in that place...and come out broke.
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I live in Cincinnati and yes this place is great. I think the hidden gem though is called Ideal Baseball Cards over on the west side. They have mostly postwar vintage items but I've found quite a bit of good prewar also. Best place in Cincy IMO.
+1 for Ideal Baseball Cards.

When I used to live in Northern Kentucky, I went there quite often. That's actually where I bought my first two pre-war cards around 8 years ago - a Frank Isbell T206 and a 1935 Goudey 4-in-1 with Luke Appling. The owner Mike is a good guy too.

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6265 Glenway Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45211
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Old 07-21-2017, 09:52 PM
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I live in the Mpls./St. Paul area now, and there are 2 card shops in the area that I would recommend:

The Ballpark Sports Cards
203 150th St. W
Apple Valley, MN 55124

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Twin Cities Sports Cards
1200 Mendelssohn Ave. N, #104
Golden Valley, MN 55427

Not so much pre-war at both places, but plenty of 50's & up cards from all 4 major sports to select from. Plus, both owners (Cal @ the Ballpark and Rob @ Twin Cities) are good guys too.
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Old 07-22-2017, 04:22 AM
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Bill's Sports Collectibles
2335 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210

Love that place, huge selection of everything. One could get lost in that place...and come out broke.
Wow -- Bill is still around, that's great to hear! I went to the store a couple of times back in the day when at Beckett on show trips and it was a fun visit back then. Good to know, still a fun place to go to. Bill's also a real good guy!

And I've never been in this store, and don't suspect a ton of vintage but the owner and I talk all the time on FB -- and probably worth going to in the Denver Area. He does a ton of promotions and even runs occasional small shows for his customers to sell at within the store.

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4032 S Parker Rd
Aurora, Colorado, CO 80014
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I briefly chatted with the person that is actually going to do this board update (hey Brian) and it is not too difficult. My guess is once back from the National we'll get this instituted not long after.
Thanks to everyone for posting current card shops so far.
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In Northern California

Peninsula Sports Cards
390 El Camino Real #H
Belmont, CA 94002
650.595.5115

Stevens Creek Sports Cards
3220 Stevens Creek Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95117
408.243.1120

Kevin at Stevens Creek usually has decent selection of pre-war and 50's, 60's, etc. Great guy to chat with.
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In Northern California

Peninsula Sports Cards
390 El Camino Real #H
Belmont, CA 94002
650.595.5115

Stevens Creek Sports Cards
3220 Stevens Creek Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95117
408.243.1120

Kevin at Stevens Creek usually has decent selection of pre-war and 50's, 60's, etc. Great guy to chat with.

+1 for Stevens Creek
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In Orlando area:

Big League Cards
920 FL-436, Casselberry, FL 32707

Heavy on wax and modern singles but a good selection of vintage and oddball too. Great people. You may know the owner Alan as the Topps Rip-Master of years past. Every Friday night from 4-7 is trade night with other customers with giveaways and contests. Last Saturday of the month is "Golden Ticket" day with group breaks, giveaways, sales, etc.
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My friend Tony Arnold, no not the big time dealer, owns a rather nice shop in berks county Pennsylvania. I have bought hundreds possibly thousands of cards from him over the years. He deals in modern thru prewar. He is a rabid collector of hartlands and has a nice collection of them. I'll edit this post with the address and phone number later.

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