Renata Galasso Inc.-- Worlds Largest Hobby Card Dealer???????
awsome63 Posts: 23
If you have any information about this card company please let me know. I came across many baseball cards with that label on the back. Mostly vintage re-prints. printed (1977 TCMA)
Always looking for Topps Salesman Samples, pre '51 unopened packs, E90-2, E91a, N690 Kalamazoo Bats, and T204 Square Frame Ramly's
someone is this thread mentioned STAN MARTUCCI, he is living in vegas and sells on EBAY....i can't remember the ID. he had a big store by the stadium in the early 80's i'd never seen so many reggie rookies, munson rookies and nettles rookies in one place....all fresh from vending boxes. if i only knew.......
<< <i>TCMA was a company owned by collectors that issued sets (I think Steve Aronstein was the principle guy) and she had some tie in with them. >>
it was actually Mike Aronstein.
this is quoting Keith Olbermann here (about Aronstein)...."He invented plastic album sheets, 8-by-10 photos, autograph sessions and countless other hobby staples."
Still kick myself for not taking them up on their presale of 1984 Fleer Update sets for $7.99 each. I chose the "wise" option of buying the Topps one instead. Skipped on the USFL set too