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Old 11-26-2017, 07:10 PM
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I typically use the standard D-Ring Ultra Pro binders for my sets, but want to consider some sort of archival binder that I can put in such a way that the weight of the sleeves won't be a factor; almost like letting the pages hang.

Any suggestions? What works well?

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I am going to snag these for two sets I have laying around...Don't see why you couldn't just stand them on their sides, so the pages hang...

https://www.amazon.com/Century-Archi...al+storage+box
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I typically use the standard D-Ring Ultra Pro binders for my sets, but want to consider some sort of archival binder that I can put in such a way that the weight of the sleeves won't be a factor; almost like letting the pages hang.

Any suggestions? What works well?

Thanks!

While they may not look as good when part of an overall display, I just lay the binders on their side...though I currently have only five binders...I realize this may not be an option for those with larger numbers of binders, but it does protect the card and the pages from extreme pressures that may be caused by storing and/or displaying them standing like traditional books.

I sold most of my Topps sets a few years ago and had kept them in the manner I've described and did not experience any condition issues with either the cards or the binders.

I don't know if my suggestion helps you, but there you are...
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