I just have a curious question about storage of cards (once again). Here is the deal. when it comes to main sets (like Topps Flagship and A&G) I am using penny sleeves on all cards and then a card box for each.
I think have a box for dups for each set etc. When I buy random wax, I have a box with labels for different teams and file accordingly (some with penny sleeeves depending on the play). I then have my box of rookies and prospects that i'll never hear about again.
My question is this. My quality cards, like my Babe Ruth SP, Jackie Robinson SP, Jacoby Rookie, Dustin Rookie, cards like that right now I have in hard cases, but the boxes are not wide enough, or tall enough to store hard sleeves in, so I feel that I never get a chance to look at my most prized cards since they are just buried in a shoe box.
Is it a horrible idea to put these into a binder in Ultra sleeves, or whatever they are called? So take them out of hard case? Do they make 3-ring hard case sleeves (you know, big enough to slip a hard case into.
I just feel that whats the point on keeper cards if I dont ever get to look at them without digging them out. Thoughts?
One more question. I have a few auto cards that I have in the Ultra Soft Sleeves. Is this a bad idea also. They seem pretty protected in there. Help a noob out please?
Oh, oh! one more question STILL! The A&G relics and autos that I pulled in my boxes, Since they are framed, are they considered protected so dont need a sleeve, or should each of THOSE be in soft or hard sleeves also? Thanks guys!
Random Late Edit: Looking at Ebay for a much sought after Gallardo rookie card, I stumbled upon a Gallardo bowman card with this beauty of a description...
up for auction is a very rare NELSON CRUZ ROOKIE THIS GUY HAS TEH CHANCE TO HAVE A GREAT NBA CAREER THANKS!
G.O.A.T., the '70s, 10-1
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