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Old 08-27-2017, 07:41 PM
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Here's the alternative method I have been carping about. This is my 66 football set in a 3 row box that is said to hold about 195 graded (although SGC slabs are thicker than PSA). This set is all graded but for 19 or so cards. Anyone could arrange 61 Fleer football and other football sets in the binder (unikeep or otherwise ) or in the 3 row box. Jeff, these are just two options in the universe, but I thought something here might help??

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Old 08-27-2017, 07:52 PM
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If you're gonna go graded, those boxes definitely look like a great alternative. I've got some of my pre-war graded sets in boxes too. Others are just stacked on shelves.

If you're gonna go raw and have lots of sets you can't beat binders from a space perspective.



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Old 08-27-2017, 08:14 PM
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That looks like one good set up and some good stuff, Jeff!! I just ordered another 3 row storage box!

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If you're gonna go graded, those boxes definitely look like a great alternative. I've got some of my pre-war graded sets in boxes too. Others are just stacked on shelves.

If you're gonna go raw and have lots of sets you can't beat binders from a space perspective.



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