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Thread: How do YOU store your PC?
11-12-2012, 06:00 PM #41
I also have many different ways to show my cards, here is just another example.
The thing is to make cards all over the place. They have to grow on walls, they have to live by themselves. A good card finds her own spot. Sometimes it takes time, sometimes it's from the first try.
11-12-2012, 06:14 PM #42
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11-12-2012, 06:48 PM #45
That's the way to do it! Walls of cards! With wood!
11-28-2012, 08:37 PM #46
11-28-2012, 10:43 PM #47
I'm a fan of the binder method since the stats on the back of the card are as important as the front for me plus being able to put in divider pages with extra info. However I would love to know where you can get scrap book type looking binders because the ones I have atm don't look so good if I put them on the bookshelf.
11-29-2012, 03:58 AM #48
Right now, all my collection is in 3600 ct boxes. I've been looking to move my nicer stuff into binders though.
I'm used to the traditional 9-slot (3 rows of 3) ultra pro pages that are meant for thinner cards that are NOT in top-loaders or 1-touches. I wouldn't be willing to put cards that are expensive, or in some cases too thick, into these kind of sleeves with no other form of protection other than a penny sleeve.
Are there any sleeves that serve as 'pockets', to put cards that are in top-loaders or 1-touch magnetics in them ?
Anyone with an answer can PM me.
03-25-2013, 04:45 PM #49
I was looking for info on mancaves and stumbled across this article. I recently moved so my new crib so my card/memorbillia collection is all over the place. My plan is to eventually get the majority of my PC in albums, and grading a few of my top end cards. My main PCs are football and basketball so they will get the larger albums, the rest will be hockey, garbage pail kids, politics, wrestling, nascar, baseball and misc in smaller albums. I also plan on getting my comic books in albums too. The big project will be getting all of my autographed balls in on shelves and picking up a couple of framed jerseys and a fathead or two and putting them up on my wall.
03-25-2013, 07:09 PM #50
Kariya's all in binders.
High end stuff?
I have a small safe that holds my 09-10 Enshrinements set as well as many other high end beauties. including a Tim Horton Cut.Cheers: Kieran J.
I collect: Paul Kariya AND 2009-2010 The Cup Enshrinements
Singles: 48/48 100%
Duals: 26/26 100%
Triples: 10/10 100%