CSCS™

Cranston Sports Card Show

 

Cranston Sports Card Show™ for 3 Charities!!!!!

Trade Night Saturday February 4, 6:30-9:30pm in the cafeteria!

 

 

The legendary card show is scheduled again for its 47th year with 160 tables for our biggest show ever on Feb. 4 & 5 as the oldest Charity Sports Card Show in North America since 1976 and the only major show in RI.  Same old tradition, admission is $6 Sat. & Sunday & $8 for a 2 day pass.  Admissions for seniors 65 & older, Military, and children 12 & under is $3.00, Children 5 and under are free.  2 day pass for discounted admission $5.  $20 Early Bird admission on Sat. 8AM to shop for one hour before the doors open to the public.  Say “Put me on your mailing list” and get a $1 discount on non discounted admissions except for early bird admissions.  A charitable event with Proceeds to benefit the Immaculate Conception Church in Cranston,RI,Sts Vartanantz AYF Sports Program in Providence, RI, and the Coventry High School Hall of Fame.

We’re not bigger we’re just better

Date: Sat. & Sun.  February 4 & 5, 2023                          Time: Sat 9-5, Sun 8:30-3:00

 

Where: Coventry High School , 40 Reservoir Rd., Coventry RI, (exit 6 I95 then 3 miles northeast on Rt. 3

 

  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.                            Promoter phone, Mike: 401-601-5703

  • Sports cards, memorabilia, autographs, non sports cards, programs, pennants, yearbooks, vintage equipment, vintage books & magazines, unopened wax packs and boxes, hobby supplies, Pokémon, and more with dealers from 11 states!!
  • Autograph guests as of January 23 Providence & Boston Bruin, Philadelphia Flyer Chris Winnes.  USA Hockey Hall of Famer Paul Stewart, P-Bruin  & 10 year pro Howie Rosenblatt.  *Paul Guay will not be present and is mail order only
  • Buy admission tickets online to avoid crowds: https://givebutter.com/CSCS2023

 

·Grading submissions for SGC, PSA, & Beckett.  3 week turnaround.  No onsite grading.

·Outstanding Food truck concessions by Friskie Fries and W’s Wood Fired Pizza. 

·We are on Facebook for updates https://www.facebook.com/Cranstoncardshow/  Instagram: cranstonsportscardshow™  Twitter: @CardCranston™  Tik Tok: @CardCranston™ 

  • Trade night Saturday February 4 at 6:30-9:30pm in the school cafeteria

 

Autograph Pricing & Appearance times:

USA Hockey Hall of Famer Paul Stewart;  Appearing Saturday 9:30am to 1:30pm.  Purchase of his Book with him signing it for you Paperback $20, hardcover $30, 8x10 & puck & stick; $10, sports card; $5

Chris Winnes 12 year professional veteran with the Bruins(Boston & Providence) and Flyers; Appearing Saturday 11:00am to 1:30pm. sports cards & 8x10’s $5, All items over 8x10’s, pucks, jerseys, sticks, & memorabilia $10.

Howie Rosenblatt 11 year professional veteran with P-Bruins and the “Legend” with the Cincinnati Cyclones Appearing Saturday 11:00am to 1:30pm. sports cards & flats smaller than poster size $5, All items including posters, pucks, jerseys, sticks, & memorabilia $10.

Paul Guay 10 year professional veteran with 1984 US Olympic Team, PC Friar, 2020 RI Hockey Hall of Famer, Boston Bruins, Flyers, Islanders, and Kings (Wayne Gretzky teammate; WILL NOT BE IN ATTENDANCE but we will be taking submissions for a private signing after the show.  In person attendees can drop items off at the show and can pick them up after the signing or have them mailed back to them.  sports cards & 8x10’s $5, All items over 8x10’s, pucks, jerseys, sticks, & memorabilia $10.

 

Photography with athletes left to the discretion of the athletes if charges will apply.

All inscriptions less than 5 words free.  Over 5 words $5

All autograph guests have the right to refuse to sign anything they think is not suitable to sign.

Card Grading information for PSA, SGC, and Beckett:

For Pricing of the company you wish to submit cards to with how much time it will take you to get them back click on this link:
http://Nashcards.com/grade

 

If you are not sure your card is worth grading and would like a review for a small fee please click on this link:

http://nashcards.com/review

 

If you have questions about the grading process please use this email for help with your questions for quick answers:

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