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    What Cards Should I Send?

    I know some cards cant be signed because the sharpie rubs off easily. What cards are all of you using to send through the mail?

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    I know topps heritage works. It's not glossy so the auto will stick. Hope that helps.

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    I've sent some glossy cards and they've all turned out good. I think its just a safety precaution just in case the player decides just to throw them back into the envelope instead of letting them dry.I've never had a smearing or bubbling problems.

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    I havent had good luck with my 02/03 topps cards in signing. It seems the sig weares off the gloss. Bowman seems pretty good for me though.

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