Posted on August 1, 2012 – 1:31 pm | Author: chrisolds
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If you’re heading to the National Sports Collectors Convention tonight, this week or this weekend, one thing’s for certain — there will be plenty to see.
To help, we suggest picking up a copy of the August issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly for more about the show — available now at hobby shops and selected bookstores or available at the Beckett booth. (If you attend using a VIP package, look inside your bag for exclusive discounts on grading, books, magazines, OPGs and more from Beckett while at the show.)
To help you even more, you can see all of our previous stories about this year’s show after the jump — and be sure to look for more right here on Beckett.com and via our editors’ Twitter accounts @chrisolds2009, @yanxchick as well as contributors @cardboardicons and @dgood73 during the show.
(The oldest stories appear first.)
Press Pass releases National show card plans
Topps unveils NSCC promo card plans
The NSCC: Who’s signing in Baltimore this year?
Topps unveils five-card National VIP set
Hobby’s evolution isn’t only seen in memorabilia
Memory Lane to display Babe Ruth cards at NSCC
Upper Deck unveils its NSCC VIP card set
TRISTAR doubles up the cuts in SignaCuts Baseball
Upper Deck readies NSCC wrapper redemption
Baseball Card Exchange to give away rarity at NSCC
Sportkings announces NSCC VIP and redemption programs
UD offers redemption pick up and raffle at NSCC
Panini announces NSCC event for high-rollers
Topps readies Mini promos for NSCC
Panini America NSCC wrapper redemption to include plates, cracked ice … and Bryce Harper
ESPN’s Mint Condition talks The National
Three last-minute tips for The National
Get your hands on Tracy Hackler at the NSCC
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