It's been a while since I've been to a local card show. They usually aren't that good. But I took shot on the wild side and ventured out this morning to see if I could find anything I had to have.
Turns out, it was a really decent show today. There were a few vendors I'd never seen before, and a couple were blowing out there stuff because they were exiting the hobby. Unfortunately, my little boy got sick early into the show and I didn't get too far around the tables. Fortunately, I hit a few good things while I was there.
First, I came across a table that had a big pile of graded cards, priced a $1 each, or 6 for $5. I found 6 that I thought were worth it:
SECOND graded 1989 Donruss Craig Biggio I've purchased at a local card show. Actually, once I took a second to look over the card, I realized it's a REPRINT of a 1989 Donruss Craig Biggio. And it's graded. 7.5. Don't judge me, I paid $.83 for it. And Craig Biggio is a bad ass.
I was pretty satisfied with this purchase. I was also very satisfied with the $2 worth of cards I picked up from a dime box. I've already sorted them and forgot to take a picture. But I got several good cards for my sampler album. You'll just have to trust me on that one.
Finally, I found a couple of cool relics for $2 each: