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Old 05-11-2017, 02:54 PM
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I have all of the sets that I consider part of my collection in binders and labeled. I choose to just use white d-ring binders, because I can't stand to see different types of binders on the shelf. Much like scottbdoug, I count out the sheets I need and put them in before I even start the set. For small sets, I have multiple sets in a binder. Obviously, graded cards are in a separate location, and sets that I have but don't have a specific attachment to just stay in boxes.
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