I didn't buy much today. I picked up a small pile of 1970's basketball including a nice 1970-71 Oscar Robertson. A guy came by my table with a 1986 Fleer Michael Jordan in a thick screwdown holder. I said thanks but no thanks. I'm pretty sure that card is the most counterfeited card in the history of the hobby and I won't buy it from anybody I don't know well. A few dealers told me about a guy shopping early 1970's basketball sets but he didn't come to my table. From what I heard, he wanted too much money.
Former Packer great Jerry Kramer was at the show signing autographs. I would have liked to have gotten his autograph but I couldn't leave my table. I did get to see him walk in the show, which was pretty cool. Overall, another terrific day in Milwaukee. It is shame I have to wait entire month for another Milwaukee show. I'm not doing any shows next weekend because of father's day. The weekend off should give me some time to restock by books. I'm going to start restocking 1974 baseball this week. I have some 1970-71 OPeeChee Hockey that I have been looking at forever. I need to get those priced and in a binder. I also have some 1981 football to do. I'll be at Orland Park in two weeks. Quite a few Orland dealers chose Milwaukee today over Orland. I wonder how the Orland show was today. Milwaukee was terrific. I love Milwaukee!!