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Old 03-09-2018, 01:10 PM
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Default Baseball Card Shops in NYC

I will be in NYC next week from Thursday - Sunday for an annual ritual of meeting friends to watch March Madness. I wanted to see which card stores I should hit during my time in the city.

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Old 03-09-2018, 01:15 PM
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Not much there. Alex's MVP is the only real one I'm aware of. Small shop on the UES. I've bought a ton of supplies from there, and they do have some vintage stuff. Another place is Brigandi Coins. They had a shop in midtown with some cards, autographs and other sports stuff. I think they switched locations and haven't been to the new one, but the other was a pretty cool shop to stop into--not a traditional card shop/collectibles place though.

Not sure about the outer Burroughs but could not find anything when I searched back when I was living there.
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There's also Chameleon Comics near the WTC. They only really have modern boxes but a decent selection of them if you're in a gambling mood.
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Pretty slim pickens. Only one I regular drop in in

Chameleon Comics & Cards: 3 Maiden Lane, Financial District. OK, modest. Half comics, half cards.
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Take the train to from Grand Central to White Plains and walk 10 minutes to the Westchester County Center show this weekend. That's what I'd do if I had a few hours to kill.
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Thanks for the quick responses guys.

and T206 - that's a great idea! I may just have to do that. I was not aware of the show this weekend. I did attend the January show.

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Not sure what is available for viewing now but the Met has the Burdick Collection and I know in the past they have had some cool stuff out.

https://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-...ick-collection
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Gotta Have It on East 57th has some nice memorabilia, although a (very) small shop.
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Take the train to from Grand Central to White Plains and walk 10 minutes to the Westchester County Center show this weekend. That's what I'd do if I had a few hours to kill.
Very easy from train. A short walk I recall.
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Very easy from train. A short walk I recall.
Good to know - thanks!
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