Sounds like a nice card. I m having my nicer ones graded by SGC soon. I have around 90 percent on the set but I have done this on a graduate student's budget so I have been a big fan of pinholes, creases and the like. And my "nicer" ones might be in the 30-50 range. But they just look so good in the holder and having them graded I think will make upgrading an easier proposition I am doing it anyway.
I have managed to avoid back damage among the bulk of the set mainly because one of the appeals of the 33 Goudey's for me is reading the stories on the back. Once the set registery is up I ll list my SGC cards. Right now I have 4 SGC's and 5 PSA's. I might have 30-40 that are clean enough to dare show to SGC. The rest are "special", one has the players name phoenetically analyzed, one is taped together, a few have listed on the back the players stats for multiple years or that he was traded. So while they look good in my binder I may wait till I upgrade to send them to reside in a pretty holder.
Eventually I see them all being in SGC holders but if that happens by upgrading to better cards in the SGC holder or crossing them over I cannot yet guess. No need to convert me to SGC though, the ones in PSA holders came because of availability not preference.
#1894 - 10/07/0202:28 AMRe: Best Baseball card sets ever.....
I see you like 1933 Goudeys. I have a few of these to trade for pre-1920 tobacco, Early Candy, and General Baking cards. Give me an email if a trade is possible. Most of the Goudeys I have will range from Good- VG.