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Old 09-23-2021, 10:20 AM
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Originally Posted by steve B View Post
I've had less glossy cards stick in pages. (Classic, etc which are glossy but not like Stadium or finest) It's mostly because the smoothness allows the air to be pushed out from in between. They can be tricky to get out but won't usually be damaged except by bending them too far trying to get then to loosen up.
Thanks for the reply, Steve. I've mainly been a vintage collector, but I continually catch myself dabbling in some modern issues (mainly collecting Cardinals players cards). Through avenues like Sportlots, I have picked up some neat looking cards for not a lot of money and would feel silly toploading all of those. At the same time, I wouldn't feel comfortable just sleeving them and putting them in a box either. I thought perhaps 9 pocket pages and a binder might be the answer.
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