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    Looking for advice

    Good day,
    I’ve just recently started going through cards I got from my dad about 25 years ago. Some are in penny sleeves, top loaders and binders, but most are loose. I was thinking about getting something like this https://www.uline.com/BL_2103/6-Mil-...lastic+Sleeves to protect them. What are your thoughts on this vs. penny sleeves?

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    I use penny sleeves for the common cards.......inserts or higher price cards...I place the cards into the penny sleeves and then into a top loader. Best regards, David PS 702

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    Thanks for your reply, David.

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    At least get the cards into penny sleeves if you don't have toploaders. If you have 9 card binder pages, you can still keep the card in the penny sleeve and put them in.

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    @Rybowski
    Thanks. I got 3,000 pennies in hand and some top loaders on the way.

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