Wax pack wrappers - how to display
I have a full range of Topps wrappers, from 1983 going all the way back to 1969. (and the 1969 is almost mint, with only small creases where the corners were).
I should say a full range ... except the 1970 - anyone have one to trade?
I haven't figured out a way to display them yet, though. I'm very wary of how I display them, as I don't want to ruin them.
I had thought about putting them in a binder, using the 'static' pages from scrapbooking, as those would probably secure them on a page for display (with a sturdy backing), and hold them in. But I'm not sure if this would work, and I'm not a scrapbooker, and I don't know anyone into scrapbooking (that I know of, anyway ...), so I don't know who to ask that might know.
Any thoughts on this? I have them in a secure place, but I want to be able to look at them now and again.
Last edited by 73ToppsMann; 10-26-2012 at 11:06 PM.
Reason: grammar correction : )
You might want to show them off in the 2 pocket sleeves by Ultra-Pro believe me thats what I did with my 2007 Topps Heritage Box-Toppers along with a white cardboard backing on it unless you like to show the backs of the packs but since my Box-Toppers had a checklist on the back I left them blank but I have seen other pack collectors like yourself do what I suggested.
"Any ballplayer that doesn't sign Autographs for little kids Ain't an American. He is a Communist"-Rogers Hornsby on Signing an Autograph as a Manager in 1942 with the St. Louis Browns.
The 2-pocket Ultra Pro sleeves work very well. I had been hoping to display a card with the wrapper, but being able to display the wrapper without potentially damaging it outweighs being able to display the card.