Southern California Show Set for Maiden Voyage

Three long-time collectors have partnered to bring together what they say will be an old-fashioned, free local card show in the Los Angeles area two weeks from Saturday.

The collectors, Jason Miller, Anthony Nex, and Adam Warshaw, are lifelong hobbyists and veterans of the card clubs that used to dominate the collecting world before the Southern California ShowInternet. They want to revive the card shows they loved and enjoyed as young collectors and share them with the rest of the collecting public, especially those who may not have ever experienced a real local card show.

The show features cards from all sports and non-sports subjects too, as well as memorabilia, and some of the top dealers from around the country.  Confirmed vendors include Mark Macrae, Scottsdale Baseball Cards, Love Of The Game Auctions, Marty’s Baseball Cards, Ryan Christoff, Beckett Grading Service (BGS), Paul Markoe,  and many others.

The show atmosphere will be designed to be family-friendly and collegial.

The show will take place on Saturday, May 18  at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City, California from 10:00-5:00.  Admission and parking are free.

A limited amount of dealer tables are still available for $95.

For contact information, visit the show web site.


  1. […] Even before the Dodgers and Giants broke the hearts of New York fans more than a half-century ago, baseball was a staple of the California landscape through the excellent play of the Pacific Coast League. Despite fact that the first National was held in Los Angeles in 1980, the show has not returned to the west coast since 2006. With National locations announced through 2018 not including California, three local collectors banded together to host a show in Los Angeles and the result was last May’s Southern California Sports Collectors Show. […]