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    Quick question. I understand that the binders/pages have become much better since I collected as a kid, keeping them stored in a temperature-controlled environment and the cards shouldn't fade or stick to the pages like they used to when left in binders for long periods of time.

    After some research online, it appears the best pages are Ultra Pro Hologram 9 pockets? Is this pretty much the standard these days? The D-ring binders appear to be interchangeable between Ultra Pro and DCW (sp?).

    I have a number of complete sets, ranging from the late 1970s through the late 1990s, and I want to put them where I can view them and share them with family/friends from time to time. I'm open to recommendations before I go shopping.

    Wanted to solicit advise from the experts before I lay out some greenbucks.
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    I've used Ultra Pro for years. Keep my autographs in binders, and my higher dollar cards in penny sleeves & top loaders. Never had any issues. You can find some really good deals on Ebay - that's what I would recommend.
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