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#180047 - 08/08/03 09:56 AM grading "notes"
srs1a
Old, dense-headed hammers are cool. Best nail pounders.


Registered: 08/15/02
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All,

I just got back a submission and 3/200 cards were not graded -- one for "evidence of trimming" and 2 for being "miscut". I was very happy to see that on the on-line grade sheet, the location of the issue was noted. For example, it indicated that the trimming was on the top edge of the card and the miscuts were on the right side of the card.

I believe that this is new, as I have not seen if before, but have had "miscuts" returned ungraded.

I think that this is great that they are adding this level of detail so we can all learn more about what to look for.



Scott

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#180048 - 08/08/03 02:35 PM Re: grading "notes" [Re: srs1a]
vayank
The Amazing Card-Man


Registered: 04/13/02
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On-Line Grading Sheet? Is this a new feature?
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---- Matthew T. Natale Alexandria, Virginia Completed 1977 Topps Baseball SGC Graded Set, Average Grade 92.89

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#180049 - 08/08/03 03:09 PM Re: grading "notes" [Re: vayank]
srs1a
Old, dense-headed hammers are cool. Best nail pounders.


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Perhaps it was a bd choice of words -- the thing that you see when you check an invoice (on-line) after the grades have been posted. It tells you the grades, and a reason if a card wasn't graded. The only thing that is new is that it now tells you where the problem was.
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