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    Card Supplies question

    Hi guys, i'm currently in the process of switching my entire card collection from 4 screw downs back to penny sleeve/top loader/team bag. I took care of all my standard size cards, but now i have a few cards that seem to be of intermediate size. An example of such cards I am referring to are the following

    06/07 Anze Kopitar SPX Jersey Auto /1299
    09/10 Matt Duchene UD Ultimate Signatures
    09/10 Matt Duchene UD Ultimate Jersey Auto /50
    13/14 Tomas Jurco SPX Jersey Auto 499

    and etc.

    My question is, since I haven't brought an elaborate amount or variety of supplies in years, what Point count (I.E. 180pt) of penny sleeves and top loaders do I get? I know that some would suggest to just use the standard size penny sleeves for such intermediate sized cards, but I really don't want to do any damage trying to wedge them in there if I don't have to.

    Also since I'm making this thread, I have a small handful of very thick cards like;

    06/07 Anze Kopitar Fleer Hot Prospects Patch Auto /25
    12/13 Riley Sheahan Cup Rookie
    13/14 Tomas Jurco Panini Fathers Day Lava Flow Auto /1
    2005 Peyton Manning UD Sweet Shot mini helmet Auto

    What point count would I buy for penny sleeves and top loaders?

    Any help is appreciated and thanks in advance
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    I have a guide on my website to help determine the size needed for toploads, one-touch, screwdowns etc.

    Here is the link (just scroll to the bottom of that page)

    http://jerseycoastcollectibles.com/FAQ-13.html

    Ed

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