The Philly Non-Sport Card Show
The “Philly Non-Sports Card Show” is the oldest show of its kind in the country, dating back to the mid-1980s. From its inception through several years ago, the show was run by Frank and Phyllis Reighter. The show is now run by Roxanne Toser Enterprises, Inc. and they retain the show’s heritage by continuing to use the “Philly” name. Ironically, the show has never actually been held in the city of Philadelphia.
The Merchants Square Mall is a collectibles and antique market. It is not a mall with Macy’s and The Gap. Inside MSM, you will find over 100,000 square feet of specialty shops, antiques, and collectibles with approximately 40 vendors and on-site parking for 550 vehicles. The MSM vendors will be open during show hours for anyone who would like to visit their shops after attending the show. There is also a restaurant on-site and it will be open for business during show hours.
Merchants Square Mall is handicapped accessible and offers free parking. While here for the show check out the Specialty Shoppes, Kremmers Cafe, 8th Wonder of the World Model Train Exhibit, and Back to the Arcade on the second floor.
May 2, 2020 Saturday 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
May 3, 2020 Sunday 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.