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#2003807 - 10/28/11 12:54 PM what do you guys think of this?
joey
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/1934-Goudey-61-L...5#ht_500wt_1156
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#2003808 - 10/28/11 12:55 PM Re: what do you guys think of this? [Re: joey]
joey
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you think its worth the money?
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#2003810 - 10/28/11 01:40 PM Re: what do you guys think of this? [Re: joey]
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Nice card and one to be proud of but not at that price, it would grade a 20 max with the paper loss. I would put its value from $450 to $700. Also not a great sign he has other cards graded by PSA and why is this much more expensive card NOT graded, hummm.

The only way I would buy an expensive card like that is in an open auction from a good seller.

I was lucky a few years ago to trade for one-



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#2003812 - 10/28/11 04:38 PM Re: what do you guys think of this? [Re: SMtJoy]
joey
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thats a good point. im sure with a high dollar card like that anyone in their right mind wouldve gotten it graded. im gonna pass
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#2004117 - 11/25/11 10:43 PM Re: what do you guys think of this? [Re: SMtJoy]
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 Originally Posted By: SMtJoy
Nice card and one to be proud of but not at that price, it would grade a 20 max with the paper loss. I would put its value from $450 to $700. Also not a great sign he has other cards graded by PSA and why is this much more expensive card NOT graded, hummm.

The only way I would buy an expensive card like that is in an open auction from a good seller.


I agree Joey...........its a bit steep bro

I was lucky a few years ago to trade for one-

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#2004127 - 11/26/11 07:28 AM Re: what do you guys think of this? [Re: SMtJoy]
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"it would grade a 20 max with the paper loss"


is 20 the highest a card would grade that has paper loss? Does the amount/size or location of paper loss change anything?

Looking at Scott's scan of the Gehrig, does the top left corner represent paper loss?

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#2004132 - 11/26/11 04:01 PM Re: what do you guys think of this? [Re: gaugman]
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Ive got a beautiful 1952 Dorocher looks ex/mt on front . Back has little paper loss and it got an SGC 20. I think 20 is about the best you are going to get with SGC regarding any paper loss whats so ever.
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#2004145 - 11/29/11 06:20 AM Re: what do you guys think of this? [Re: cammb]
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Gaugman, on the Gehrig yes they are considering the corner to have paper loss and I am ok with that.

From my experience a card with paper loss will get anywhere from a 10 - 30 with the vast majority getting a 20. The 30's I have seen all had only a tiny spot of paper loss almost to the point it could have just been a printing error. The 10's all have had excessive paper loss like from being torn out of a scrapbook.

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