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    How do you store your PC?

    Know I´ve read about this for a couple of years ago, but can´t find anything now. However, as my Daniel Briere collection is growing, I became curious about how you other guys store your PC. The cards in a PC is more often than not a mix of thin 35pt cards and thicker cards with patches and so on. They don´t all fit in the regular binder. So, how are you storeing your PC? I´m especially interested in you guys with a player PC with over 200 cards or so, but any input will be nice.

    Right now I have most of my cards in a binder, but as the collection grows, there will be cards that does not fit in a binder.

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    Unless the cards are base or inserts, I dont think you should have them in binders, especially for anything above 35pt.

    I feel a 9 pocket page could damage jerseys / patches ...... and just dont provide the same kind of protection as a top loader or one touch even for 35pt

    Dont get me wrong, I do use binders for some parts of my collection ( my Pokemon sets, various 90s insert sets ) but anything that has any kind of value is in a one touch or top loader, most likely team bagged and in different shoe boxes. I also have a specific cabinet for my entire collection that can be 100% sealed ( never know what cats can get into ).

    I also have about 30 - 40 cards on my wall unit, but made sure it wouldnt be hit with any direct light along with making sure it was reflective glass

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    All my pc cards are in one touch inside a fireproof safe. I might need a new one soon...

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    I use the following

    9-Pocket Side Load Pages - Penny Sleeve cut to fit - https://www.amazon.com/3-Hole-Side-L...cket+side+load

    I use these for my lower end inserts/autos, basically 35 pt cards less than $20.

    4-Pocket Pages - Penny Sleeve for Jersey Cards - https://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Pro-4-P...age+protectors

    I use these for Jersey cards, can fit 2 sideways into each pocket

    I also use them to store One-Touches of nicer cards, but they have to go into a Team Bag and then placed into 1 pocket so it doesn't move. Makes for heavy pages though.

    I use a wall display unit to display my Flames cards. Then I use toploaders in a Card box for everything else (Future Watch Autos, Limited Auto Patches, etc)

    I'll try and upload some pics later.

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    I actually display some of mine on a book shelf in one touches and using the small plastic easels for displaying cards. Doesn't look the best at the moment but here's the idea:

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungGuns1988 View Post
    I actually display some of mine on a book shelf in one touches and using the small plastic easels for displaying cards. Doesn't look the best at the moment but here's the idea:

    I love this card set up right here. I wish I had something like this. Awesome!

    I personally use binders and shoeboxes. Magnet holders for a few cards, too.

    Pretty simple for me, but it works! :)

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    Habs base: binders
    Habs inserts: shoebox type boxes (pennysleeves & toploaders)
    Habs parallels: shoeboxes (small plastic cases for sets, PS and TL's for individual cards)
    Habs game-used: shoeboxes (PS & TL or 1-touch magnetics)
    Habs autos: metal "Cdn Tire" type tool box (PS & TL or 1-touch magnetics)
    Habs stickers and oddball: shoebox (penny sleeves)
    Habs sequentially numbered 24/xx: metal "Cdn Tire" type tool box (PS & TL or 1-touch magnetics)
    Habs Cup cards and other higher end cards #'d 24/xx: displayed on shelves (1-touches and team bags)

    And when I want to look at them I just go to my bucket below.

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    My local card seller carries them. I am pretty sure they are made by ultra pro. Pack of 5 is about $3.50 and they are great quality. Probably can find at any hobby store

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    Where did you find the card stands?

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    Do you think bgs graded cards will fit on those stands they are slick looking

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