5 Private Signings (i.e. mail order only)

Red Sox Hall of Famer, 2 time All-Star & 1986 A.L. Champ BOB STANLEY on October 17
($10 to $12/autograph)

Hockey Hall of Famer, 2 time Stanley Cup Champ, 10 time All-Star, 5 time Scoring Champ, 2 time NHL MVP & top 10 all time in goals & points PHIL ESPOSITO on October 21 ($37.50 to $40/autograph on most items, $8 to $10/inscription) 

Basketball Hall of Famer, ABA Champ, MVP & Rookie of the Year, 11 time All-Star & Top 5 All-Time in Rebounds & Blocks ARTIS GILMORE on November 1 ($25 to $29/autograph, most items, free HOF inscription)

Canadiens 1971 Stanley Cup Champ BOBBY SHEEHAN on November 5  ($9 to $11/autograph)

Red Sox Hall of Famer, 2 time All-Star & 1986 A.L. Champ RICH GEDMAN on November 15 ($10 to $12/autograph)


Cardboard Promotions Private Signings -- Click here for all the Details

weWe     Card Show/Coronavirus updates:   WThere will be NO card show here in October as per current social distancing/COVID protocol.  If we are able to hold a small card show or public signing or 2 here in the fall (with appropriate social distancing), it will be announced here (& elsewhere.)   The current Masssachusetts social distancing/COVID rules are a maximum of 25 people including show vendors for this type at a hotel and we don't know when those rules will change. Stay safe & we look forward to seeing everyone who's been a part of the card show & some new faces in the future - Doug Keating.

More about the Card Show including Directions

 Mail Order Specials on Previous Autograph Guests

Show Vendor Info including 2020 Show Schedule  tentative due to COVID 

Presented by Doug Keating since 1991.  Web page last updated on October 15.  Any questions or to be added to our email list, please email douglaskeating@gmail.com   or call or text 508-369-2471          

  Show vendor Steve Rosenblum is always looking to buy card collections at the show or anywhere.  He can be contacted at cardscash@yahoo.com or a smrcollectibles.com or 732-547-4381                

 great recent article about the card show          www.cravetheauto.com