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Old December 14th, 2012 (5:04 PM).
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I was wondering.

Would framing the 1st edition base holo's with uv resistant cases be a responsible replacement for a uv protective frame? I would be using "Ultra Pro Magnetic One Touch 35pt Card Holders UV" framed with normal glass.

They wouldn't be under direct sunlight, but will need to pull through the occasional indirect sunlight and artificial lighting.

I'm asking this because I finally got my base holo set completed and am looking to responsibly frame them.

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Old December 15th, 2012 (3:08 AM).
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Well, if you're aiming to put them on display, then yeah, that might be a wise investment, but where are you going to fit 102 cards in those thick cases?

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Old December 15th, 2012 (2:08 PM).
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I'd be only framing the holo's of the base set. Common/uncommons will be put in binders. Thanks for your thought!
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