One of the hobby’s longest running sports card and memorabilia shows is now in its 42nd year and the latest edition is set for this weekend.
The Philly Show starts on Friday September 22 and runs through Sunday at the Valley Forge Convention Center with 175 dealer booths. Admission is $8 Friday, $8 Saturday or Sunday and $21 for a weekend pass.
The autograph line-up is now complete with 28 signers slated to appear during the three days including former Cy Young Award winner and World Series champion Roy Halladay, Eagles stars Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor.
Looking forward to meeting all my fans and Philly Phans at the Valley Forge Convention Ctr 1:00 to 2:30 September 23rd with @LoJoSports
— Roy Halladay (@RoyHalladay) September 19, 2017
Other signers include 2008 Phillies World Series Champions JC Romero and Hall of Fame GM Pat Gillick as well as Ron Jaworski, Herm Edwards, seven different former Penn State running backs including Hall of Famer Lenny Moore and Baltimore Colts’ great Lydell Mitchell, five members of the 1964 Phillies team and several others.
55,000 square feet of space will be covered with tables manned by sports card and memorabilia dealers from 19 different states as well as several auction companies and grading and authentication firms. PSA,SGC JSA and CAS will be authenticating autographs on site. SGC and Beckett will be accepting cards for grading and authentication. Free appraisals will be available.
For more information, including a complete list of dealers, autograph fees and contact information, visit the show’s website.