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Frequently Asked Question Iíve started my collection, now how can I protect and store them properly? Congratulations and thank you for starting a trading card collection. We hope that you will join the many generations of collectors, who have enjoyed collecting cards throughout the years. Protecting your collection is a logical next step, as you have paid money or traded for some cards you obviously feel worth holding onto.
Like most things of value, the better the condition of it, the more attractive and valuable they are. The same is true of trading card collecting. Cards that have bent corners, creases through them, or other issues that prevent them from being classified as ďmint conditionĒ (which is perfect) have less value.
Therefore, donít put your trading cards in the spokes of your bicycle tires or play flipping games with them if you want to trade or sell them in the future. Please donít leave them in the sun (the printing will fade), your pockets (the washing machine may get to them), or anywhere that your little brother or sister (or pet dog) will get to them. Also, itís better to not wrap them with rubber bands or paper clips, as these can destroy the edges of the cards.
What you can do to store your cards depends on how you want to display your cards. Some like to show off their individual cards by putting them in individual plastic holders and keep their collection in boxes away from the elements. Others like to put several cards into 9-card pocket sheets and keep all of the sheets in three ring binders. Either way, such supplies are fairly inexpensive (especially when considering the value of your collection).
There are a number of companies that produce such supplies with the latest in technologies to help you protect your collection. Look them up or contact your local dealer for the many options that you have and choose what is right for you.
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Glossary Term Full bleed design - This is when the design of the card utilizes the entire 2.5" x 3.5" card area, "bleeding" to the edge of the card. The design incorporates the entire photo all the way to the borders (or edges) of the card.