100 Count Plastic Box
Invented by Pro-Mold in 1992 (U.S. Patent 5,358,114), this two piece snap design plastic box is ideal for inexpensive trading cards. It features square corners inside to prevent your cards' corners from getting damaged.
Strengths: No breakable hinges.
Weaknesses: For real expensive cards we recommended putting them into individual card holders like our one screw screwdowns or magnetics.
Aliases: 100 Count Box, acrylic box, PC-100, 81156, 81723
|Item Name||Typical Card holder is used for||Inside Dimensions (Where card fits)||Outside Dimensions||UV Protection|
|PC100||100 regular trading cards||1.69 by 2.60 by 3.61 (inches)||1.93 by 2.8 by 3.79 (inches)||None|
Question: What are the advantages of this baseball card case being able to fit into a standard set storage box (100 count to 900 count cardboard box)?
Answer: Many collectors like to collect complete sets of cards and they put the most expensive baseball cards in the set in the mini-snap. By doing this set collectors can keep their complete sets in numerical order and still have the "big money" cards preserved in the mini-snap.