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Old 07-31-2014, 07:30 AM
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Default Lets see collections in binders!

I'm sorry if this is redundant on "How do you store your collection" thread but I loved the look of the T206 set posted recently.Also if you have slabbed in 4 pocket pages..post them too.
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Old 07-31-2014, 01:08 PM
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I just picked up this binder recently. It was fun cracking all my slabs and putting them in order by team.
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Old 07-31-2014, 01:40 PM
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Here are a couple of pages from a binder I keep at my desk at work. I thumb through it once or twice a week...

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I have shown a few of these before...but here are some new scans of some of my full t205 binder pages...Enjoy,
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Current status on my OJs with a straggling red border. (Sorry for all the glare)
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nice collections! I especially love all those OJs!
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Old 07-31-2014, 04:08 PM
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Josh, those pages are so awesome. I used to do that a lot, but they were Mark Grace rookies
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So question, as I'm new to the board and the concept of breaking graded cards out of their holders. Aren't you invalidating the grade by doing that? Because now your cards can get more worn/creased? Are you intending to resubmit them all at a later date (either for a value increase or so they all have the same case type)? Just seems bizarre to pay a premium (normally) for a graded card, only to make it ungraded.
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We just do it because we prefer the cards in their natural state. If I have a card that I care about it's value, or I might resell it, I leave it in the graded slab. I never intend to part with the cards I've freed from their holders. Any card that has been cracked out would have to be re-examined by the grading company before they would put it back in a holder.
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I've cracked most of my OJs. So much easier to display. I keep my O'Connor in the holder and anything I might trade/sell.

Okay, I'll show off my O'Connor,

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We just do it because we prefer the cards in their natural state. If I have a card that I care about it's value, or I might resell it, I leave it in the graded slab. I never intend to part with the cards I've freed from their holders. Any card that has been cracked out would have to be re-examined by the grading company before they would put it back in a holder.
Thanks, does it behoove anyone to inform the grading companies which of their cards are no longer in holders so they can remove them from the population reports? Because if there are 150 cards in the pop report but only 100 still in their holders, the remaining 100 cards are theoretically worth less than if the Pop was 100. Right? Or is it negligible?
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Yeah, that is a good idea. I don't bother with it myself, because my cards are low grade and not of particular interest to anyone (at least I don't think so).
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Thanks, does it behoove anyone to inform the grading companies which of their cards are no longer in holders so they can remove them from the population reports? Because if there are 150 cards in the pop report but only 100 still in their holders, the remaining 100 cards are theoretically worth less than if the Pop was 100. Right? Or is it negligible?

Although this does impact the card removal effect (read about it at sportscollectorsdaily.com), my belief is the grading companies don't care. I'm confident that when they accept a crossover, they do not notify their competitor.
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R327 / 1934-36 Diamond Stars complete set...very tough set to complete

and by the way..Id love to get rid of it/ sell it
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anyone interested..I will send photos in email
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I just picked up this binder recently. It was fun cracking all my slabs and putting them in order by team.
Luke, the cards a great, but where did you get that binder with the "slide" case? I've been looking for something like that for a while now.

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Great collections...really like the T206's and OJ one! My binders are not really binders but I thought it was close enough so figured I'd share.
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Luke, the cards a great, but where did you get that binder with the "slide" case? I've been looking for something like that for a while now.

Thanks, Bill
This one was sold to me by a friend on the forum. The company that made it is called Murray Cards, but they are not in business anymore. Hope you can find one. I love this one.
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This one was sold to me by a friend on the forum. The company that made it is called Murray Cards, but they are not in business anymore. Hope you can find one. I love this one.
I looked up Murray cards and their store closed, but apparently there is a website that "took over" for them. It has similar albums to what you have, but they are in Great Britain.

http://www.londoncigcard.co.uk/albums.php
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Thank you for posting that! I didn't find it when I looked. Those prices are very reasonable too.
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