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 In 1957 we started on a long journey of involvement with baseball-oriented collectibles. From buying one- and 5-cent packs of cards (with gum) to eventually publishing our own card sets, it has been a most interesting hobby. We hope to remain involved through Ebay for years to come. -- Steve & Linda
We will be away from our eBay store for several days and apologize for any inconvenience. We will re-open our TheBaseballHobbyist eBay store upon our return. <span 24px;"=""""><b 24px;="""" color:="""" rgb(255,="""" 0,="""" 0);"="""">If we may, we recommend you add any item(s) of interest to your eBay shopping cart and, upon our return, if you will request a combined invoice we will provide FREE SHIPPING on all orders whose combined total is $10 or more. Thank you!</b></span> Stephen and Linda Mitchell (TheBaseballHobbyist)

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Washington State Sports Collectors Convention

Twice per year: Late Spring & Late Fall

Next Show: November 2-3, 2013

Twice each year members of the Washington State Sports Collectors Association (WSSCA) sponsor a fine regional sports collectors show. Currently, the Meridian Park Elementary School (17077 Meridian Ave. N. in Shoreline, WA) is the show's home base. (Take Interstate 5 to exit 176, go West one block on NE 175th St. to Meridian Ave.) It's easy to find and recommended highly.

The Washington State Sports Collectors Association events are the longest running sports collecting shows in the nation. Beginning in 1973, WSSCA has sponsored annual shows every year and went to two-a-year shows about five years ago. While we have not set up at this show recently, we recommend it without hesitation. You will find a wide variety of collectibles dating from the 19th century right up to the latest baseball card packs.

For the latest information, go to: http://wssca.net/

Monthly meetings are also held (different location). Check the WSSCA website for details.

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