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Subject: card sleeve size? rss

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John Van Wagoner
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James
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The cards are a non-standard size, 57x87mm, which is a couple mm shorter than bridge size. I fit them into Mayday "Standard USA" sleeves and they could be a tad too tight depending on the batch. FFG "Standard American Board Game" (green) sleeves will fit and be a tad long.
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PJ Cunningham
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The cards measure about 2.25" by 3.5" (or about 57mm x 88mm). I haven't tried them on, but any "standard American" size sleeves (FFG green, Mayday orange, etc) should fit.

Since the city bonus tiles are thick and odd-shaped, I'm not sure sleeves are a good option for them, but they measure about 3.4" by 3.9" or so (or about 87mm by 98mm). If you feel you must sleeve them, perhaps try one of these:
- Mayday sleeve size: Tiny Epic Kingdoms - Green/Red (MDG-7129, 100/pack) - (88 x 125mm)
- Swan PanAsia sleeve size: Cutthroat Caverns (SWN-048, 100/pack) - (90 x 128mm)
- Ultra-Pro sleeve size: Oversized Black Deck Protector (82420, 40/pack) - (90 x 127mm)
 
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Dr ?
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Indeed. Here is an example:
 
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