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Old 12-30-2012, 10:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what size toploader to use with patch card. Help appreciated
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A regular base paper card (not chrome) is 20 pt. I believe. So stack up a couple of those against it and multiply the # of cards by 20.
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but doesnt a standard card fit in a 55 pt toploader
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A regular base paper card (not chrome) is 20 pt. I believe. So stack up a couple of those against it and multiply the # of cards by 20.
Damn, that was a great idea!!! I never thought of tyhat. You are the man and I'm gonna remember you every time I do this.
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what size toploader to use with patch card. Help appreciated
Depends on the patch. What product are you talking about?
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Regular cards will fit in 35 pt toploaders.
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absolute memoribilia and spx
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Depends on the patch. What product are you talking about?
Exactly, most patches require 100pt to 175pt depending on the product. Some even need a collasal 225pt.
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You should get away with 125pt on the SPX, don't know about absolute though.
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:23 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Generally, use 100 point for most current jersey cards. 125, 140 or 180 for patch cards.
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