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This post is a summary of some local Philadelphia/Central PA/DE/MD/NJ resources that I use to keep up with the local card show scene.
Generally, somewhere in the area, there is a show at some area mall. The shows run about 15-20 tables, which is plenty for me. The vendors are often the same. Typically there are a couple of folks with dime boxes, one guy I check with has a Philllies Dime Box. Two guys with quality vintage which is above my price range. a couple of vendors with new hobby boxes at competitive prices - and no tax! and one or two tables with supplies. There are other things I am less interested in - higher priced autos and graded cards etc. and too.
SB Sports Promotions produces the Philadelphia/South Jersey/Wilmington Shows
I have been to their shows in Exton and Wilmington DE (both fair) and Moorestown NJ which was a pretty good one. i
They also have autograph signings at about 1 show a month, but they charge for them, and I think they seem overpriced.
CC Collectibles runs shows in the .
I have only been to one of their shows, in Bel Air MD, which was an ok show.
Two or three times a year Hunt Auctions brings The Philadelphia Sportscard and Memorabilia Show to the Valley Forge Convention center. Click the link for updated information.
Poppel.com produces shows in the Philadelphia area as well.
This the link to Beckett's state by state card show finder
Here are some links to my local card shops - there are so few around anymore.