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Interview with Tanner Jones By: Shane Salmonson If you ever see a very rare Jose Canseco card, chances are that Tanner is the owner of that card. Not only does he have the most impressive and complete Canseco (or any other...
While I am here waiting for interview responses to come in, I figured I would do a self-interview to give all of you a little more information on who I am, and what I enjoy collecting! BU: Could you give...
Interview with Steve Hart By: Shane Salmonson Looking for unopened boxes of cards from years past? Your best bet is to check out Baseball Card Exchange. Baseball Card Exchange is not only a brick-and-mortar card shop in Schererville, Indiana, but also...
That Sports Card Show is a podcast that just celebrated its one year anniversary! The first episode went live October 29, 2016. The show covers many topics, most of them related to sports cards. That Sports Card Show’s host...
Interview with Nick Loiacono By: Shane Salmonson The Twitter hobby community is an incredible thing. I have met so many people on Twitter that I am able to share my love of cards with. Nick Loaicono is one of those people....
Interview with Andy Broome By: Shane Salmonson Andy Broome has been collecting cards for over 40 years. About half of that time has been spent grading cards for a living. Working for one of the largest card grading companies in the...
Jeff Baker is an extremely talented artist from Arizona. He mainly focuses on sports art and has created a lot of great custom sports cards, many of which I have purchased! Let’s see what Jeff had to say about...
Ryan Cracknell broke into the trading card industry by starting his own trading card website. Ryan started the site in 1996 simply as a way to trade, but later added news and commentary as well. Ryan has also written...
Signatures for Soldiers Tim Virgilio has been collecting baseball cards his entire life. In his youth, he would open packs of cards and sort them by teams, wrap a rubber band around them, and place them in a shoebox under...
The Loot Locker Founder Joel Ritchford has been collecting since 1985-1986. He bought his first pack in 1985 but the hobby didn’t talk a hold of him until 1986 when he started trading with friends in school. After being around...

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The Junk Wax Holy Grail

The Junk Wax Holy Grail When I was 12 years old, I really enjoyed the Indiana Jones films. Dr. Jones was an archaeology professor who...