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#150102 - 06/27/03 12:14 PM Re: Does the hobby have a new "gold standard" for grading? Check this out. [Re: aconte]
Fabfrank
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He's getting a no sale because the card stinks compared to the Sgc
84 that was being sold.

I agree with Aconte. That card lacks eye appeal. I also agree with Greg. I'm surprised the card didn't get an OC. Regardless, if the reserve is anywhere near the BIN, I'd be surprised if the card sold.

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#150103 - 07/01/03 04:01 AM Re: Does the hobby have a new "gold standard" for grading? Check this out. [Re: Fabfrank]
vayank
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Well, the card is at $22K and it ends tonight. Stay tuned...
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---- Matthew T. Natale Alexandria, Virginia Completed 1977 Topps Baseball SGC Graded Set, Average Grade 92.89

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#150104 - 07/02/03 03:30 PM 1933 Goudey Napolean Lajoie auction results *DELETED* [Re: vayank]
MW1
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#150105 - 07/09/03 03:08 AM Re: 1933 Goudey Napolean Lajoie auction results [Re: MW1]
MW1
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Here's a thought...perhaps an important component of any hobby "gold standard" is the precise half-point grading scale. In my opinion, any grading company that lacks it, cannot be a viable long-term competitor.
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