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Avery Trading Card Pages (10pk) - 76016
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Avery Trading Card Pages (10pk) - 76016

Avery Trading Card Pages (10pk) - 76016

Part #: AVE-76016
3 Questions, 3 Answers
Brand: Avery

Your Price: $3.59

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Main Features:
  • Protects trading cards from wear and tear
  • Acid free and archival safe for long-term protection
  • Prepunched for convenient storage in a three-ring binder
  • Each page holds nine cards

ProductDescription

Whether you've been collecting all your life or are just getting started, these Avery Trading Card Pages will give your tradable card collection the protection and longevity it deserves. Each page holds up to nine cards in translucent pockets that let you enjoy both the photo on the front and the stats on the back. The durable material resists tearing on binder rings and protects your cards from errant liquids and other consequences of handling. When you tuck your cards into these acid-free and archival-safe pages, you'll ensure that your collection will maintain its mint condition for years to come.

Product Details

  • Protects trading cards from wear and tear
  • Acid free and archival safe for long-term protection
  • Prepunched for convenient storage in a three-ring binder
  • Each page holds nine cards
  • Includes 10 trading card pages
  • UPC: 077711760165
  • Part Number: AVE-76016, 76016

ProductReviews

2 Review(s)
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Reviewed on 4/3/2018

Works Awesome. Review by Kindle

I use these to hold my coupons. Works Awesome.

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Reviewed on 2/27/2018

Exactly What I Wanted! Review by Nicholas

I could not find these in any store I went to, but here they were cheap and exactly what I wanted. They are great!

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DemonstrationVideo

Avery Trading Card Pages (10pk)

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding.com. These are the Archival Quality Polypropylene Trading Card Pages from Avery. Give your precious trading cards the home they deserve with Avery Trading Card Pages. Each page has nine slots for cards or card shaped items. Both front and back are crystal clear for easy viewing. Just fit your card into the slit at the top of the pouch and the vertical orientation keeps your cards secure. Archival quality poly keeps your cards looking just like new for years to come. For more videos and all your binding needs, go to MyBinding.com.
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Welcome to MyBinding.com. These are the Archival Quality Polypropylene Trading Card Pages from Avery. Give your precious trading cards the home they deserve with Avery Trading Card Pages. Each page has nine slots for cards or card shaped items. Both front and back are crystal clear for easy viewing. Just fit your card into the slit at the top of the pouch and the vertical orientation keeps your cards secure. Archival quality poly keeps your cards looking just like new for years to come. For more videos and all your binding needs, go to MyBinding.com.
Questions & Answers
Q:
Would these pages also work for wallet sized photos? Thanks.
Asked by Barbara
A:
Thank you for your question. The Avery Trading Card Pages are designed to hold 9 cards/photos that measure 2 1/2 inches by 3 1/2 inches.

Answered by MyBinding 6 months ago
Q:
Do you have any wallet inserts that fit Football Cards? I have a large ladies double zippered secretary wallet. NO one has an item like that!!!
Asked by Vicki Youngelman
A:
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately we do not have any wallet inserts that would fit a Football card.

Answered by MyBinding 9 months ago
Q:
Do you have a vinyl page to contain sugar packets/cubes?
Asked by Evelyn Schwertl
A:
Thank you for your question. We do not have any dedicated products for collecting sugar packets and cubes. The Avery Trading Card Pages would be the closest we would have. The sheets' pockets should be able to hold a sugar packet. The pockets are open so my concern would be the packet slipping out of the pockets as they were designed for cards.

Answered by MyBinding 2 years and 1 months ago ago
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