Leave the friendly confines of southern Indiana and what happens?
Television news coverage in Chicago is all over it as well, but we slept through it in our temporary Schiller Park headquarters.
The PCCE is open. There are a number of dealers who are enjoying this show, with carpeted areas keeping the ‘tired feet syndrome’ to a minimum, adequate lighting and plenty of space. It’s a nice venue.
We’ve touched base with a few dealers including Brian Drent of Mile High Card Company who received some exceptionally nice consignments yesterday–including a 1962 Topps cello box, a run of vintage unopened packs and another run of PSA 8/9 sets from the 1960s.
Huggins and Scott is showing off its find of 1914-1915 Cracker Jack cards, which walked into the Reading, PA show in a paper bag. You’ll read that story here once the show wraps up.
Marshall Fogel, who owns one of the best collections in the world, will speak later today.