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Photo gallery: Everything from model trains to Roberto Clemente cards make Sharpsburg show a hit

| Friday, Dec. 22, 2017, 9:36 a.m.
Andy Stelitano sells sports collectibles to Ben Jamieson during the second annual Sports Cards and Collectibles Show held at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg  last month.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Andy Stelitano sells sports collectibles to Ben Jamieson during the second annual Sports Cards and Collectibles Show held at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg last month.
Owners of Ace's Train Crossing in  Shaler set up their trains for sale at the second annual Sports Cards and Collectibles Show at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg last month.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribiune-Review
Owners of Ace's Train Crossing in Shaler set up their trains for sale at the second annual Sports Cards and Collectibles Show at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg last month.
Joseph and Joshua Hornyak look for hockey cards as Don Foglia shows them a Sid Crosby card at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Joseph and Joshua Hornyak look for hockey cards as Don Foglia shows them a Sid Crosby card at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg.
Organizer of the second annual Sports Cards and Collectibles Show,  Rocco Magnelli, sells 50/50 tickets during the day long event at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Organizer of the second annual Sports Cards and Collectibles Show, Rocco Magnelli, sells 50/50 tickets during the day long event at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg.
Rocco Magnelli shows off Roberto Clemente cards from the 1960s that he was selling at a show last month at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Rocco Magnelli shows off Roberto Clemente cards from the 1960s that he was selling at a show last month at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg.
A Hall of Fame game autographed baseball was up for sale at the Sports Cards and Collectibles Show in Sharpsburg last month.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
A Hall of Fame game autographed baseball was up for sale at the Sports Cards and Collectibles Show in Sharpsburg last month.

The second annual Sports Cards and Collectibles Show organized by Rocco Magnelli was a busy success last month at the John Paul Center in Sharpsburg.

The day-long event included food, raffles, a 50/50 drawing and many vendors and dealers selling things like model trains, vintage model cars, sports cards and memorabilia.

Magnelli said he is planning another show in the spring.

Jan Pakler is a freelance photographer

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