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Yes these are "Standard" size card sleeves. They are specifically designed to fit 63.5 X 88 MM cards but the external dimensions of the sleeves are commonly referred to at 66x91 MM. It doesn't make any sense why these are the only cards referred to by both their internal and external dimensions but if you're looking for sleeves that are 66 x 91 MM, you've come to the right place. These are the most common sleeve size BY FAR in the industry, the MTG sized sleeves.
Usually, card sleeves flatten over time and use. Some people will use binders to flatten them faster. You can also just put them under a heavy book to "press" them flatter. We recommend One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez, it is a doozy.
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The first and best purchase you can make for your trading card collection is penny sleeves. Now, not many companies like to call them penny sleeves, because due to inflation and the ever growing demand, they no longer cost a penny.
These are also used for when you send your cards to be graded to PSA or Beckett. These companies ask for you to sleeve them in penny sleeves before shipping, allowing for protection in the mail, and easy removal for the grading team.
Quiver have been creating some phenomenal trading card sleeves over the past couple of years, and although they are hard to purchase outside of the USA, they are certainly worth considering if you want to play with the best of the best.
These are thin, slippery, erfectly cut sleeves that I use on my low value cards that I like to play with. The high gloss material used makes it easy to move around boards and even easier to shuffle with, making them a great choice for those that play in tournaments.
So, we use the Titan Shield 9-pocket protector in a binder in order to store our common and uncommon cards in bulk. These are high clarity, 120mc thickness pages for your binders that can hold sleeved or non-sleeved cards.
Our second favourite trading card sleeves is the non glare Pro-Matte sleeves from Ultra Pro. These are typically targetted to those who actually play the trading card game because of their non-glare and non-reflective material.
We have created a YouTube channel called Break The Seal dedicated to Pokemon Cards, so having sleeves that dim our studio lights and prevents reflection helps with making our cards more visible in our video content.
These sleeves are also acid free and feature no PVC prolonging the life of your card, and preventing any damage from happening if you were to use these sleeves for a lifetime. They also come in a lot of different colours, allowing to colour coordinate your sets, perhaps you want your rare Pokemon Topps cards in a different colour than the TCG?
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Pick your favorite design or customize your cards deck. Options range between 60-120 Matte Art trading card sleeves that will suit your Yugioh standard deck and your commander for mtg deck as well. In addition, you can match all of your gaming accessories and your collection by either choosing customization or adding the newest preset designs of similar art to the most popular games! Pick anime designs that suit who you are for card games such as Pokemon, Yugioh, MTG and other card games with these latest upgrades in just a few clicks!If you're on a tight budget, we've got you covered! TCG players shouldn't restrict themselves so we create a new awesome collection that can serve everyone! Get your high quality and long-lasting cheap card sleeves with an exquisite and super unique artwork of artists from all around the world that we collaborate with.
Custom card sleeves for use with Fireball Island: The Curse of Vul-Kar. 100 sleeves is enough to sleeve the base game and at least one or two expansions. If you have all the expansions, you will need two sets of sleeves, i.e., 200 total.
50 Card Sleeves that will fit both your One Night, Werewords, and Werebeasts tiles perfectly! Printed on one side to cover any marks you might have accidentally made on them, these card sleeves will protect your tiles from damage! Also designed to make them easy to pick up (the "seam" in the middle of the edge, provides a small area for gripping with your fingers). Compatible with One Night, Daybreak, Vampire, Alien, Super Villain, Bonus Pack 1, Bonus Pack 2, Bonus Pack 3, Bonus Pack 4, Werewords, and Werebeasts tiles.
Bent cards are bad, mmkay? Keep your collection from looking weak with the South Park Card Sleeves, with see-through sturdy protection to keep your deck alive longer than Kenny. Includes 100 colorful standard 2.5" x 3.5" plastic sleeves with Awesome-O robot graphic.
Keep in mind that these holders will work to store your sports cards as well, including basketball, football, and hockey cards as well, along with gaming cards such as MTG and Pokemon (which we delve into further here).
Very Affordable: Baseball card sleeves usually come in counts of 100 per pack, and are priced just around $2.00 for a pack. A quick look on Amazon and you can see a 10-pack of 100 count (so 1,000 sleeves) for around $20. Or simply check on eBay if you just need a single pack or two for under $5.
Flexible: Baseball card sleeves are very flexible as they are made of thin plastic. It is very common to store a trading card inside of a plastic card sleeve first, and putting the sleeve inside a Top Loader as well. This prevents the card from shifting around in a Top Loader case (discussed in the section that follows below).
Top Loaders are arguably the best way to store baseball cards. They stack very well, are durable, and very affordable as well. Top loaders are also sturdy, so they are a popular choice for shipping cards.
Minimum space consumed: Top loaders are not much larger than a standard baseball card size. They square up and stack well, and can be aligned inside a box without consuming much additional space.
Open from top: The slot at the top of a Top Loader makes it easy for inserting cards, although can be a disadvantage in protecting baseball cards from flying out of the top of the case.
A Card Saver looks like what you would get if a penny sleeve and top loader made a baby. The folks at PSA appear to have created a case that is sturdier than a penny sleeve, more flexible than a top loader, and that keeps a firm grip on a card enough to render the combination of sleeves and top loaders useless.
Affordable: As with penny sleeves and top loaders, the Card Saver is an affordable plastic case. About the same price as top loaders (without needing to buy penny sleeves as well), a 100-pack of Card Savers can run about $10 (10 cents a piece). Note there are a few variants in size on the PSA card website.
Baseball card collectors absolutely hate scratched cases, or cases with tape all over them. A more common use case for team bags is to protect cards already stored in a case from scratching one another. It is very common to put graded cards inside of team bags for minor surface protection given they can cost $25-$50 to grade.
Extra security for Top Loaders: It is common for collectors to place a trading card inside of a top loader, and then also inside of a team bag to prevent a card from flying out of the top edge of the top loader (especially when shipping).
Easy display: Binder sheets are one of the more display-ready types of cases. Most of the cases we have covered thus far are good for storing one or a few cards in a case or bag, but the binder sheet is an affordable display option relative to using glass display cases (covered below). They also make it easy to rapidly look through cards.
Minimal card protection: Without an exterior binder, binder sheets alone are slightly better than penny sleeves for storing cards given they are made of a thicker plastic. The top of the sheet is also open so there is risk of cards falling out. Needless to say, binder sheets are a poor storage type for storing high-value cards as well.
Great for storage and portability: As mentioned above, not only can you store hundreds of raw cards in a single file line, you can also keep your graded cards, or cards in team bags, and top loaders neatly organized in one or two boxes. It makes it super easy to store away, or transport.
Minimal protection: Baseball card storage boxes are best viewed as a good way to organize your sports cards, but not quite protect them. Given they are large by design with excess space inside, cards will fly around without proper padding until you fill enough of each row or box. 781b155fdc