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The 44th annual Chicago Sun-Times Sports Collectibles Convention was held in Rosemont over the weekend and - from the looks of the lineup - what a show it was.
We're just not sure it's annual, because the 45th show is scheduled for November.
At any rate, let's take a look.
1. 41 Jeters.
2. Bob Gibson and Hank Aaron.
3. Plates and patches.
4. Bat and jersey cards.
5, 6 and 7. At the show in three parts from WHEN318, who says "This card show was amazing lot of really cool stuff."
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