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    Lightbulb National Treasures card thickness (pt)

    I've read a bunch of posts online, many from a few years ago, about the card thickness of specific NT cards. Moral of the story, I am going to put my game used patch cards, colossal (jumbo patch) cards, and autograph cards in magnetic one touches. Various responses all over the net about purchasing 100pt versus 130pt. I'm on amazon right now ordering the one touches. I'm going to put the standard game used patch cards in 100pt and the thicker colossal patch cards in 130pt. Also, the autos (all decade) seem to be on the same stock as the game used, so 100pt for them as well. If this all goes horribly wrong, I will update the post with the results. Anyone have recent experience on this matter? say 2015 and newer?
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    Could this help?



    You can download one here:

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    Yeah that would be super helpful. Does it print to scale?

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    Yeah that would be super helpful. Does it print to scale?

    It should if you print through the PDF file. It should be the size of a standard card.

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