The death of long-time Philly show promoter Bob Schmierer has Rich remembering one of the hobby’s all-time great card shows–in a not so great hotel.
One of the hobby’s longest running shows returns to the Philadelphia area September 26-28.
Some high grade rookie cards draw strong bids at Mile High, the numbers point to big price hikes in Nolan Ryan rookies, Topps offering case break slots and info on the Philly Show.
Pennsylvania-based Hunt Auctions has gobbled up the autograph representation contract for Pirates’ superstar Andrew McCutchen as the company continues to expand its industry base.
Hunt Auctions is hoping a new partnership with some media powers in the MId-Atlantic and an appearance by Chase Utley will boost attendance at the Philly Show.
A pair of Hall of Famers will be among the guests as one of the hobby’s longest running events sets up shop at the new Valley Forge Casino Resort.