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  • Which dealers should I see first at the Expo?

    I'm going to my first Expo and looking for pre-war, vintage from the 50's-60, and all the cool vintage stuff I didn't know I was looking for.
    I printed off I'm definitely checking out Larry's, Jim's, Bobby's, and Len Pottie's tables early. Are there any other big dealers you would really recommend I get to early?

    Obviously I plan to wander through the whole place, looking at every table, but I thought it might be smart to hit some of the best tables first.
    Give me your recommendations!

  • #2
    Correct with your list, I would add Sloth55 booth (Colin) to it.


    • #3
      I 2nd that...Sloth55 has an excellent variety of vintage material...nicely displayed and reasonably priced. Colin is a great guy to deal with.


      • #4
        Check out KSKS as well.


        • #5
          BMW has a huge assortment of items-with many to choose from and lots of help serving you--------------


          • #6
            Would love a list too. It will also be my first Expo.


            • #7
              Look forward to seeing you all there, drop by and say Hi , booth 313.


              • #8
                gotta see Bobby too! And pick up one of his vintage hockey guides!


                • #9
                  I'll be giving FREE HUGS to all forum members that stop by and say hi At TORONTO EXPO!
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                    you bet!

                  • Kbarney
                    Kbarney commented
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                    Did someone say free chugs?!

                  • smallpaul2002
                    smallpaul2002 commented
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                    A free hug is always worth a stop at your booth.

                • #10
                  I'm setting up for the first time. I'll be sharing booth 909 in the "Maritimer Section". I'm sharing a booth with my pal Sammy. He owns a hockey card store in Halifax-Dartmouth under the name Slapshot. So look for the Slapshot sign. I'll work to give Forum members good deals. I'll be bringing a bunch of stuff, but especially many crease-free, mid-grade or better singles from 1933 O-Pee-Chee, 1954 Parkhurst, and 1966 Topps.