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What, no more Baseball Card shops in the Tyler vicinity ???

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LONGVIEW ROAD TRIP !!! woohoo.gif

 

Load up the bus!!!

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The only card I still hold of value is a Shaquille O'neal rookie signed. I used to have a Joe Montana rookie and Troy Aikman and a full set of the Silver plated Nolan Ryan set (made in late 80s early 90s??)

 

No idea what happened to all of those. I know the Shaquille card always was displayed in my room which is why is was probably always packed separately...

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ALL of my cards are "of value" :D :D :D

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ALL of my cards are "of value" :D :D :D

Well, ya know, I was a hardcore teenage collector... Somewhere my love for cards turned into a love of chasing women ;)

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I was a great multi-tasker - with time for ALL of the great things of life ... :D

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I can confirm. It's run by an older couple and has a pretty good selection.

It's called Trice Collectibles. I use them alot. Its on Gilmer road in a small strip of buildings just past the chicken place (Churches??). Also, Hughes Ellis, The sports editor at The Henderson Daily News is always promoting a new card shop in Henderson. Its called the Collectors Corner. They have a FB page.

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WHOA !!! They even have a section of Henderson-born MLBers ... VERY cool :coolio:

 

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On 5/2/2015 at 7:06 AM, cheaptrick77 said:

OK, it is my turn to dig deep into the SDC archives... #dusty

 

'sez here that there is a Card Shop in Longview called Sports Card Shop - on Gilmer Road.

 

Can anyone confirm and recommend ???

yes, the old dude that owned it has died but his "wife" still is there and sells stuff...it's a little weird -- always seemed a little high but you know when you're the only "game in all of East Texas", I guess you can do whatever. tons of good shops in the metroplex. I had just over 3,000 autographs that I finally sold out of my collection this past summer.  

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3 hours ago, CoachPelvisPresley said:

yes, the old dude that owned it has died but his "wife" still is there and sells stuff...it's a little weird -- always seemed a little high but you know when you're the only "game in all of East Texas", I guess you can do whatever. tons of good shops in the metroplex. I had just over 3,000 autographs that I finally sold out of my collection this past summer.  

Prayers for you with your Dr.'s diagnosis.  I hope you beat whatever life threatening illness you have...  Why else in the world would someone sell their collection, unless they were out of a job, and with the Trump economy that's near impossible, unless you aren't looking for a job.  

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