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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk8 View Post
    Loved pages and binders when I was a kid, but I have out grown them

    I am curious to know how you store all of your Dawson cards. I tried 9 pocket pages to start with on my McGriff collection but that did not work well. I finally went to penny sleeve and top loaders for all my McGriff cards other than my doubles. I mainly use just a penny sleeve on those.

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    [MENTION=10018]BenG76[/MENTION] I can't speak for [MENTION=10405]Hawk8[/MENTION], but this is how I store all of my cards: https://www.freedomcardboard.com/foru...organized(ish)

    Every card I own is in those boxes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenG76 View Post
    I am curious to know how you store all of your Dawson cards. I tried 9 pocket pages to start with on my McGriff collection but that did not work well. I finally went to penny sleeve and top loaders for all my McGriff cards other than my doubles. I mainly use just a penny sleeve on those.
    Every unique Dawson card gets put in a a penny sleeve and a top loader and then a three row monster box. All of my doubles go into five row monster boxes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by linuxabuser View Post
    [MENTION=10018]BenG76[/MENTION] I can't speak for [MENTION=10405]Hawk8[/MENTION], but this is how I store all of my cards: https://www.freedomcardboard.com/foru...organized(ish)

    Every card I own is in those boxes!
    I like those two row shoe boxes myself. I have my McGriff collection in several of them. I am still working on organizing my collection and I hope to get it done soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk8 View Post
    Every unique Dawson card gets put in a a penny sleeve and a top loader and then a three row monster box. All of my doubles go into five row monster boxes.
    Cool, I was curious. I use the smaller two row for my cards in top loaders. I just have one monster box of my McGriff doubles so far. LOL

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    By a long shot, HATE THEM...........Snap tites.....All of mine are used to solidify cards that I ship in a bubble envelope. From that perspective they are great!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennesawsportscards View Post
    By a long shot, HATE THEM...........Snap tites.....All of mine are used to solidify cards that I ship in a bubble envelope. From that perspective they are great!!!!!
    Good call!

    Are they even still being made? Completely useless IMO...
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    Screw downs. 9 pocket pages that stick to cards. Etc.

    Those two piece boxes are great for small 100 or 150 card base sets. I just put them in and once completed, I tape it shut. Better than a million bulkier boxes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennesawsportscards View Post
    By a long shot, HATE THEM...........Snap tites.....All of mine are used to solidify cards that I ship in a bubble envelope. From that perspective they are great!!!!!
    I use them for printing plates, it helps to differentiate them from my regular nice cards in toploaders and "true" 1/1's in one-touches. And since the plates are super thin and won't get wrecked if the snap-tite just decides to fall open as they tend to do, some of the negatives of the snap-tite are mitigated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennesawsportscards View Post
    By a long shot, HATE THEM...........Snap tites.....All of mine are used to solidify cards that I ship in a bubble envelope. From that perspective they are great!!!!!
    I love snaptights for my thin game used cards. I like the look better than toploaders, and I have every card in a team bag, so I dont ever have to worry about them coming open.
    If u have any you'd want to sell, let me know please

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    Side loading nine pocket pages. Yes, side loading. Thankfully these things are long extinct.

    Oh but wait, it gets BETTER!

    Side loading pages BOUND into an album.

    Hold on you're thinking, how is it worse?

    Because half of the pages bound into the binder (these are how these binders are sold) have to be loaded BACKWARDS because the pages are always, always flipped.

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