PHOTOS: 2009 National Sports Collectors Convention

Last night I returned home after attending this year’s National.  It was the best show I’ve ever been to.  I got a ton of great photos, cards, and autographs.  I also met a lot of great people that read Sports Card Info.  Throughout the day I will be posting more about the show.  Here are some of the photos.  More stories coming soon.

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TRISTAR

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Panini

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Upper Deck

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Press Pass

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Andre Thornton

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Mike Pruitt

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Lee May

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Tim Brown

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Kevin Mack

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John Cappelletti

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9 Responses

  1. Finally, some organized photos!

    Any shots of the big baseball cards at the show?

    • I did get my picture taken with the T206 Honus Wagner that just sold for $925,000. Memory Lane used a Polaroid camera to take the picture, so I don’t have a digital copy of that. I will be writing about my meeting with Jeff Rosenberg (TRISTAR President & CEO) shortly. Lots more stuff to come.

  2. I did get my picture taken with the T206 Honus Wagner that just sold for $925,000. Memory Lane used a Polaroid camera to take the picture, so I don’t have a digital copy of that. I will be writing about my meeting with Jeff Rosenberg (TRISTAR President & CEO) shortly. Lots more stuff to come.
    P.S.: Forgot to mention great post!

  3. [...] Sports Cards Info shares some of his promo pulls at the National. Also, he some of his other photos here. [...]

  4. Good to see Tim Brown making appearances.

  5. You got to meet John Cappelletti! As a PSU grad, I can really appreciate that…

  6. Awesome pictures!! Thanks for sharing them with us. Looks like I missed a great show

  7. I decided not to go this year. Autograph prices were way out of line for alot of these guys. $200 for Lynn Swann?? and he has the right no to sign any item he chooses? Some of the heisman winners were over priced too. $40 for Kordell Stewart? This guy was a booed out of Pittsburgh and was a terrible quarterback. I even thought $60 was a bit much for Bruce Sutter. I’m just wandering, in this economy, where there many people paying these prices for autographs?

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