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Old 07-29-2017, 02:53 PM
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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.
Please do Glynn. Great seeing you again too. I hope you keep doing good on your road back to full recovery. We are rooting for you....We do that for friends and good guys....and you are both.

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I used to live in Denver years ago (1983-90) and went to Bill's a lot. I used to always go to a Mike's Sports Card shop in Denver, can't remember the address off hand. I wonder if this is the same guy and if he moved to Aurora. If so he is a great guy and I bought tons off him and even helped him in the store from time to time.

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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.

Mike's Sports Collectibles
4032 S Parker Rd
Aurora, Colorado, CO 80014
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