Well a sticker is no diffrent to a card, the debate comes about because of the book which is produced to put the stickers in, something that does not happen with the cards unless they are tea cards or cigarette cards for example.
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I would say a sticker is different from a card because its whole purpose is to be peeled off the back and stuck somewhere. The choice becomes, do you leave it intact, or put it in its designated place, if there is a book?
The answer is simple. If its for your own enjoyment, you make your book. If you have any notion of it being worth anything some day when you want to sell, you must leave the stickers intact. Unlicensed, novelty stickers have no value either way, so there is nothing to decide.
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