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Old 05-10-2017, 12:31 PM
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Hello,

As you all know Im a huge deaf sports athletes collector. I have been picking up a lot of ticket stubs and im having hard time to store them in right place as all of the tickets are in varies sizes.

Im working on those sets right now.

Richard Sipek (1945 Cincinnati Reds) - have about 20 out of 82 games he played
Curtis Pride (1993-2006) - have about 95 out of 424 games.

How would you suggest me to store them in?

Would PSA grade them and put Players' stats on that day on the slab?

Best,
Danny
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I usually put mine in a shoe box, which is not the best way to store them, I think. I would suggest 4 pocket pages and store them in a binder. That may be the best way to store and protect the ticket stubs.

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My buddy uses pressed glass frames and they look great on his wall. I don't have a picture of his collection, but this gives you an idea.

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Michael's craft store sells a nice little Ticket Shadow Box that you could store a small number of important tickets in. They look pretty nice in person.

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I put mine in 6 pocket pages in a binder
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I've seen that some folks here have them in rigid card size or larger sized holders, sometimes with labels on them summarizing the key facts related to the games. I think this is a good way to go. For me, the issue is that I've got quite a few full tickets of various sizes so it's not a one-size-fits-all situation.
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Hello,

As you all know Im a huge deaf sports athletes collector. I have been picking up a lot of ticket stubs and im having hard time to store them in right place as all of the tickets are in varies sizes.

Im working on those sets right now.

Richard Sipek (1945 Cincinnati Reds) - have about 20 out of 82 games he played
Curtis Pride (1993-2006) - have about 95 out of 424 games.

How would you suggest me to store them in?

Would PSA grade them and put Players' stats on that day on the slab?

Best,
Danny
Banknote top loaded plastic holders
are perfect long sizes cheap under 50 cents each tons of them on ebay
here is a listing of 50 check measurements to see if these would work
http://www.ebay.com/itm/PLASTIC-PAPE...QAAOSwWWxY-3Io
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I use generic 4 x 6 toploaders for a lot of small stuff (rppcs, tickets, small photos?) so I can have the stacks of holders be more uniform. Of course I have toploaders much smaller and bigger too but the more things I can put into one size the better.
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I use generic 4 x 6 toploaders for a lot of small stuff (rppcs, tickets, small photos?) so I can have the stacks of holders be more uniform. Of course I have toploaders much smaller and bigger too but the more things I can put into one size the better.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/100-ULTRA-PR...q_xCVfSboTKM9w
I am the same way, and have an inventory of top loaders of various sizes. I try to put an item in the smallest top loader it will fit in. For large sets, like cards, I store in a box. For various separate pieces and tickets I like to display in cases and mix in with other pieces. Displaying on glass I find makes it really pop.

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