It looks modest on the outside, but when you go in, there's an impressive selection of cards (and actually comics, action figures, gaming cards, etc.) They've cleaned up and organized a great deal since our first visit. So now the front room has showcases and neat displays of various items. The far wall is stacked solid with card boxes that are clearly labeled. That would be an impressive selection on its own, but a little farther back in the shop is a hallway and a whole other room that is nothing but stacks and shelves of card boxes. Again, most of these are labeled as to their contents, whether it be by set or by sport (in the case of boxes containing just certain stars).
It took us two days to go through it all (again). Their stock turns over regularly since they're always out buying collections. There is actually another part of the building where they bring new stock in for processing. But you'll have plenty to look through just in the shop alone.
Our haul for the two days doesn't look like a lot, but my lists took a beating for sure.
Believe it or not, there are singles from all four sports, some starter sets, and oddball items all here. And at a great price.
Here is most of my haul spread out where you can see the diversity. Highlights include some oversize player collection items, and GameDay/Power Play inserts, Redskins and Capitals singles, baseball and football set singles, and inserts, killers for 2003 Topps baseball, almost all my 2001-02 Topps Archives hockey, and more....
So if you're ever in the Clio area and have some time for digging, stop by and see Matt and Chris and tell him that guy from Maryland sent you.