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Old 11-25-2017, 09:56 PM
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Someday I'll come to this show........Mark, lunch will be on me !!!!
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Old 11-26-2017, 11:42 AM
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Nice to see everyone yesterday enjoying not only a 68 degree day, but a full house from all over the state and Western Nevada.... Good to visit briefly with Mike and Otis working on the '69 Topps set (and hope to find a beater Gehrig with nice eye appeal to finish off '34).... Dean , sorry you struck out, but it was probably good running into your ol buddy at my table.... Jim...I still think that Christmas card was among the best finds at the show...now you'll have to start looking for others !!...I bought a few boxes of stuff, including some PCL scorecards for the collection.... Look forward to seeing everybody again at the next show in June.....
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Old 11-26-2017, 07:59 PM
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Picked up Hank Luisetti original oil painting and cabinetvphotis of my Saint Ignatius high school from Sal, 1958 Giants bank and oversized 49ers patch from Al, Stanford Glass and Cal mug from KD and Cal.Bear letterman patch from Bartski. Try finding these treasures in Auction or at National. Not happening. Whose house?
Mark's house!
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Old 11-26-2017, 08:29 PM
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Picked up Hank Luisetti original oil painting and cabinetvphotis of my Saint Ignatius high school from Sal, 1958 Giants bank and oversized 49ers patch from Al, Stanford Glass and Cal mug from KD and Cal.Bear letterman patch from Bartski. Try finding these treasures in Auction or at National. Not happening. Whose house?
Mark's house!
My Dad graduated from SI in 1938 when it was still over by USF. Are your photos of the school from the Stanyan Street era? Would love to see them.
I scored this aerial view several years ago. The HS is next to the athletic field off to the left of the cathedral. The fact that the GG Bridge is still under construction dates the photo to the timeframe 1933-1937. Apparently parking wasn't quite as bad back then.
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Whoever called this the West Coast National was on point. Great show as always. I was the guy in the Pelicans jersey gobbling up the 69 Topps from several dealers. Can't wait for the next show!
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My Dad graduated from SI in 1938 when it was still over by USF. Are your photos of the school from the Stanyan Street era? Would love to see them.
I scored this aerial view several years ago. The HS is next to the athletic field off to the left of the cathedral. The fact that the GG Bridge is still under construction dates the photo to the timeframe 1933-1937. Apparently parking wasn't quite as bad back then.
Sweet picture. I can see my place, toward the center bottom. Aside from the Presidio at the top left, not too much of that space is open anymore. The athletic fields still there though, now USF’s soccer field.

Will have to get back out to one of the N CA card shows sometime soon, hopefully meet some more board members.
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Mattsey, I think I was next to you at Mark's table while we were both looking at 1969's. You passed a pile over to me?

What was bizarre about this show was the number of tables (3 or 4) that had multiples of the infamous Christmas rack packs (in perfect shape) 'proudly' displayed among their vintage cards. I don't recall anyone having them at other shows, so my first thought was that someone out there is mass producing these suckers.
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Darren...Let me know which tables were displaying those "Christmas Packs". I did not see them out and can talk with the tableholders...There were some questionable cards from the 50's shopped to a few of the dealers, and its possible that these were walked in with the same seller.....
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Darren...Let me know which tables were displaying those "Christmas Packs". I did not see them out and can talk with the tableholders...There were some questionable cards from the 50's shopped to a few of the dealers, and its possible that these were walked in with the same seller.....
Mark, the two tables that definitely had them were the last ones in the back left corner. In other words, if you envision a rectangle (with the entrance being in the bottom middle and the kitchen being in the top middle), the two tables with them formed the upper lefthand corner. The other(s) that had them were less memorable/specific.
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Thanks Darren...I'll talk with that tableholder
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