By Andrew Tolentino | Editor
For collectors who have children old enough to appreciate the hobby, The National always seems to be a destination for building that bond. Again, this place has a way of being magical in so many ways.
While we’ve definitely come across our fair share of other parent-child combinations, the most prevalent pairs at the show are father-son duos. Walking the aisles, waiting in lines and paying way too much for convention center food (conveniently located, but inconveniently priced), these genetically-linked teams are part of the hobby’s greater family tree.
Here, we see a few two-generation tandems keeping the tradition alive.
For a dramatic effect, try re-watching the video above, but muted and with this Peter Gabriel great playing at the same time.