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Old 09-07-2019, 05:19 PM
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Default Question about storing "shiny" cards like '93 Finest Refractors

I like storing cards in binders. I wouldn't mind having a base set of the '93 Finest. That would go in a binder. However, would there be problems with the shiny surface of the refractors sticking to the pocket page?

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They will most likely curl in a binder. You would be better off putting them in a penny sleeve and toploader. Are you really talking about the refractors (thought to be limited to 241 each) or the base set? You mention both. A base set of regular Finest I wouldn't mind in a binder, per se. But I would rather see a complete set of refractors in toploaders.
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They will most likely curl in a binder. You would be better off putting them in a penny sleeve and toploader. Are you really talking about the refractors (thought to be limited to 241 each) or the base set? You mention both. A base set of regular Finest I wouldn't mind in a binder, per se. But I would rather see a complete set of refractors in toploaders.
Thanks. I agree on both.

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