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Hey guys. Just wondering where you store your COAs and LOAs?

Right now I put the photo and the COA together inside a sleeve (with acid free board) in my binder.

The photo on one side of the board and the COA on the other inside the sleeve.

Also any thoughts on sellers that put a sticker at the back of the photo?

I've got two that have a small "Q/A" sticker at the back. Will this do chemical harm to the photo in the future?

I think it would be difficult to remove and might leave sticky sticker residue at the back of the photo if I try to remove it.

Thanks!

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I collect nothing with a sticker - if necessary, I will remove it. I will not suggest anyone buy anything with a sticker on front or back. Freeloading advertising and vandalism/damage. Not for me - I do my own work.

I store my COAs along with their photos in binders, the same way that you do.  I also store them in toploaders.  I store my LOAs in binders.  Stickers do not bother me.  I would leave them alone.  It is unlikely that they will damage your photo, and you are more likely to make a mess removing them.

What about this?

(error message - can't upload PSA facts photo of Shirley Temple-Black with ruinous sticker in the middle of the photo. See second exemplar's sticker)

Thanks Mike!

This is the "Q/A" sticker I was talking about. I dont know why some big sellers stamp these on the back of their stocks. Quality Assurance?

Looks like a pain and messy to remove too..

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