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Old 06-16-2017, 05:45 AM
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Default How to package postcards for grading?

I have a few postcards that I would like to submit to get graded, the grading companies dont want toploaders and I cannot find Card Savers that would fit. How would you guys pack them securely?

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Old 06-16-2017, 06:54 AM
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I have only sent two submissions in, but both involved postcards and both times I left them in Top Loaders. I don't care what they ask for, Top Loaders are more secure and I'm not having my cards damaged. I also sandwiched them between cardboard for an added layer of protection.
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Card saver IVs fit postcards.
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Card saver IVs fit postcards.
Tried them and they don't work for the ones I have. Size wise they fit but I couldn't get them all the way in, the bottom of the CSIV was too tight, the postcard stopped sliding in and there was no way I was gonna force it.
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They will take oversized cards in big toploaders. That's how I've been submitting the T6 cards.
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