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Old 03-01-2013, 10:05 PM
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Default 1970 Topps Posters. Storage Tips Needed

Hey guys.

Does anyone else here collect 1970 Topps Posters? I only have a few but I have no idea what the best method for storing them is. Do any of you have any suggestions for me? Is there a toploader that isn't too big? I don't want to put them in a 16x20 as I think that's just too big.

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I have some of the 1968 and 1969 posters. I keep mine folded up in a mailing envelope. I doubt that is the best way to store them. No idea what else to do though. Might get them framed or something. If you find out a good way to keep them, would love to hear it.
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Andy--I have a set, the 68s and 69s too, but not a storage solution. They are in binders with my regular sets for those years in one pocket sheets... folded

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Andy--I have a set but not a storage solution. They are in a binder with my 1970 set in one pocket sheets.
Hey Al,

Are they folded in the sheets in the binder? I thought they wouldn't fit in a standard 8 1/2 x 11 page protector.

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I have mine in magazine size bags with backing boards. Nice and thin, and easy to store.

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I have mine in magazine size bags with backing boards. Nice and thin, and easy to store.

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Hi Steve.

Thanks, that sounds like the kind of storage option I'm looking for. Now I just need to find out if my local shop owner has any of those. I really don't want to have to order a whole box of them if I don't have to.

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Comic book stores have the boards and bags. Another option is something along these lines:

http://www.unikeep.com/binders-and-a...oly-rings.html

I use them with their 8.5x14 sheets. Might workor might be a little snug for the posters.
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Same thing I use for all of my Topps posters/pinups.
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I bought a lot of picture frames at a yard sale for next to nothing, and have some of the posters framed on my office wall.
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I want to take a moment to thank both Bob and Doug for finally telling me where to put these.
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I have a set of these and they are 20 x 12...anything fit them ?
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