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Bliggity
03-23-2017, 08:28 AM
Headed to Denver for a few days. Looks like there are two main shops, Bill's Sports Collectibles and Mike's Stadium Sportscards. Anyone know if either of these places are good for prewar? Any other places I should check out?

Thanks!

Section103
03-23-2017, 01:16 PM
Bill's is worth a stop. Its much more memorabilia-heavy, but you'll find pre-war and vintage in the back.

Mike's, if its also on Broadway, closed about two years ago. Great guy, but little to no pre-war.

And welcome to Denver!

argpdt
03-23-2017, 02:18 PM
Bill's definitely has graded and raw pre war baseball, but the prices are usually high retail. You can ask for discounts and sometimes get them. Mike's Stadium Sportcards in Aurora, which is still open, does not usually have pre war, but you could call and ask before driving over there. There was another Mike's on Broadway, which did close a few years ago. Jordan's Sports Cards in Wheat Ridge usually has a small amount of pre war, and was still open 6 months ago when I was last there. The other shop is All C's. Great shop for post war, but they rarely have pre war available.

There are also a few shops in Colorado Springs (Dalez Cardz and John's), but they are an hour South of Denver. I am not sure whether they have pre war, as I haven't been there in years.

Bliggity
03-23-2017, 02:44 PM
Thanks fellas!

Steve D
03-23-2017, 08:27 PM
I'm glad to hear Bill's is still around. I was stationed at Peterson AFB in Colorado Springs from 1995-1998 and loved going to Bill's. It's still the best card shop I've ever seen!

Steve