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Wheaton's first major baseball card store in the 80's. The guy with the mustache, the grump old black guy behind the counter. Looked like it was going to be good. But they could have dumped most of the inventory in the dumpster behind the building. .
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hell yeah gurl
i originally thought the first thread was about the store.
i went to middle school right there and spent a lot of time there.
That place was sooooooo expensive.
Spent a lot of time there as a kid growing up in Kensington. Man I wish baseball cards were still cool and valuable. I miss card shows at the Holiday Inn
Upper Deck > Leaf > Fleer >>> Topps
Yeah. When I was 12 or 13, a friend and I used to take the Metro all the way from Grosvenor to Clarendon to go to AJ's instead because we thought House of Cards was too expensive. We thought we were so cool.
Lived there as a kid, buying autographed cards that were almost certainly fake and selling them cards at prices that would make Les from Pawn Stars shake his head.
That was my favorite place on earth for at least five or six years.
This post was edited by JeffErmann 14 months ago
I worked there senior year of high school. Greatest. job. ever.
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