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How hard is it to get graded cards out of their cases?
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RE: How hard is it to get graded cards out of their cases?
The only graded card I have is my 85-86 Topps Patrick Roy RC that I got off the bay. Other than that I hate graded cards. I almost avoided bidding because it was graded, but the price was reasonable so I had to bid.

I'm leaving it in the case though. I'm not taking any chance of messing that card up!
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RE: How hard is it to get graded cards out of their cases?
Once, long ago, I broke open an ITG slabbed card (I don't remember why) and I used a case cutter to work on the adhesive and then a letter opener. It worked just fine. Of course, I always ask myself, "Why did I do that?" But, since I can't remember the card, I guess it does not matter. Good luck.
Collecting all the Ron Hextall Cards especially those
pesky 1 of 1 cards and other low print runs.
I am also collecting Bernie Parent, Pelle Lindbergh,
Antero Niittymaki & other Flyers goalies.
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