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Old 03-09-2018, 06:08 PM
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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.
Do you know if the show is upstairs or down in the basement?
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Do you know if the show is upstairs or down in the basement?
It's upstairs.
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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
I lived in Astoria, Queens for three years right before I got back into collecting, and in my time there I never went to the Met to see this collection. Really wish I had now!
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It's upstairs.
Thanks Michael. The upstairs shows are usually pretty good but the couple
of downstairs shows weren't worth the trip for me, There was very little
pre-war at the two or three downstairs shows that I went to.

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If you have a car and head to Westchester fior the White Plains show there is American Legends on Central Ave in Scarsdale/Yonkers (same road where White Plains show is at the other end) of and Squiggy's Dugout in New Rochelle...
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Funny...I'm flying in on Wednesday for the same thing and the added bonus of St. Patricks Day. Probably not convenient with your other plans, but if the White Plains show is that weekend, that would be your best bet. It's a great show. NYC is surprisingly barren when it comes to sports cards and memorabilia IMO.
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couple smaller shops in brooklyn - the hot corner and ??? in the heights......
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Sadly the show was this weekend and not next.
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Sadly the show was this weekend and not next.


Yeah I saw that. I would have liked to have gone.


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I haven't yet been to it, but Brigandi Coins and Collectibles in Midtown looks nice with some really high end stuff. Not sure how big it is or anything but have some nice autographs and memorabilia and some cards on their Instagram page.
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