Collectors and dealers will spend the three days buying, selling, trading and discussing the hobby, which is swelling in popularity because of the heated presidential campaign between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
While items related to Presidents Roosevelt, Truman, Kennedy and Reagan have been the hottest sellers for years, items for Trump and Clinton are growing in demand, said Michael McQuillen, a dealer and collector.
“Collectors can expect to find memorabilia priced from $1 to thousands of dollars in some of the dealers’ rooms,” which will be open Sept. 8 and 9.
The main show runs from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 10, and people can have their items appraised at 11 a.m., and if they wish, sold on the spot at auction to highest bidder; admission is $3.
The hotel is located at 5120 Victory Drive, off the 4500 block of South Emerson Avenue. Call Michael J. McQuillen at 374-1481 for more information.