Question about Storing and Displaying Uncut foil sheets

Soon I’m going to come into possession of 2 uncut foil sheets and I’m wondering what’s the best way to display and protect them. Should I be worried about temperature or humidity? They’re MTG cards, but I figured you guys would be knowledgeable about the subject and would be able to point me in the right direction. Thank you in advance.

I’m assuming that if you want to display them then the best thing is to frame them. Michaels will do a custom frame for you but it may cost a bit. Still I think that is the best for display and protection purposes.

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The best way to protect them is to store them flat in large toploaders in a dark dry place.
Display them? Probably frame them
Both? Frame and hang them in an area as free from light as possible.

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2 inch thick UV protection museum grade glass on each side. Turn it into a coffee table. Keep it in your (wo)man cave!


Now, I’m not a woman.
But trust me, you don’t want 2 inch thick UV protection museum grade glass in your woman cave! :open_mouth:

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Imagine all the things you can do on that uncut-sheet-table made out of two layers of 2" thick museum grade glass!

Just imagine it mounted on this bad boy:

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You could be if you use the snapchat filter.

Yeah you need a minimum of 6 inches in your woman cave


May I ask what is the best way to clean sheets?

ie “bug tracings” scratches or dirt/dust/spider webs?

Some sheets need to be restored.
Any suggestions?

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