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Old 03-04-2019, 04:39 PM
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Default Ticket Collectors...Storage Tips?

Hey Guys,
So I am beginning to get close to finishing my World Series ticket collection and wanted to ask some of the ticket collectors how they store their tickets.

Currently in hard plastic top loaders, but not sure if they have binders for the larger tickets.
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Old 03-08-2019, 08:15 AM
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142 looks and no recommendations....Oh man, maybe I should start a new project.
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Old 03-08-2019, 11:36 AM
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Depends on how you want to display them. I also use the hard top loaders, but then I use small plastic display easels to display them around the room individually. I did find these pages for a binder. You could probably use these along with the top loaders.
https://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Pro-3-P...gateway&sr=8-3
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That's what I do too...

Rigid acrylic holders add a lot to the visual appeal. And when you display them on the mini easels, they are protected and look great.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Part-Disp...EYxhVUXmZeOgHw

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Boao-2-68-I...MAAOSwwrlccWRc

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ultra-Pro-1...frcectupt=true

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Thank you guys! Those Ultra pages were exactly what I was looking for.
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Thank you guys! Those Ultra pages were exactly what I was looking for.
James,
These 3 pocket Ultra pages with ticket top loaders are exactly how I store my no-hit ticket collection sequentially in binders. It works great!
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James
You can send them to me and i can store them for you
They will look good on my shelf and i promise i will keep very good care of them.
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You can send them to me and i can store them for you
They will look good on my shelf and i promise i will keep very good care of them.
Andy
Well played Andy.
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Not sure if you're interested in this, but it's a nice looking shadowbox for tickets sold at Michael's and doesn't cost too much.

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If one wasn't particularly interested in seeing the back of the ticket, would it be a mistake to insert a piece of colored paper into the sleeve so that you could double up on tickets per slot (look at one from the front and one from the back)? I guess I'm wondering whether in a cool, non-humid environment; would there be a risk of the color from the paper leaching onto the tickets over a long period of time?

The only reason I mention colored paper is that frequently the border of a ticket is white, so it would be easier to differentiate the ticket from the background with one that was colored.
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I like putting them in lucites and then matte them.
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I like putting them in lucites and then matte them.
Dave,
Those always come out beautiful! My problem is a lack of wall space..I've filled up about every inch I could spare.

The binders suggested here worked great! I didn't really think of a plan to display before I started this project, but the binders do great until I decide what I want to do.
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Those always come out beautiful! My problem is a lack of wall space..I've filled up about every inch I could spare.

The binders suggested here worked great! I didn't really think of a plan to display before I started this project, but the binders do great until I decide what I want to do.
Time for a bigger house James!
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I like putting them in lucites and then matte them.
Nice display.
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