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Stick with PSA or BGS.

 

Personally, I tend to send non-autographed stuff to PSA and autographed stuff to BGS.

 

For quantity, PSA offers bulk orders, but requires a subscription.

 

How many do you have that you want to send? Are they autographed?

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19 hours ago, Danny said:

Stick with PSA or BGS.

 

Personally, I tend to send non-autographed stuff to PSA and autographed stuff to BGS.

 

For quantity, PSA offers bulk orders, but requires a subscription.

 

How many do you have that you want to send? Are they autographed?

I have around 5 cards that I want to send 3 are autos and two are not. Also what would you say is the minimum value to have it sent because I don’t want to get a card graded that is not worth the price

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14 hours ago, JDohn said:

I have around 5 cards that I want to send 3 are autos and two are not. Also what would you say is the minimum value to have it sent because I don’t want to get a card graded that is not worth the price

If you're looking to sell them, my minimal value equation would look like this:

 

Value + Grade Fee > End Value

 

For instance, if the card is worth $3 raw and costs $10 to grade, the end value should be greater than $13. If it's less, it's not worth grading IMO.

 

 

However, if you're looking to grade these to keep in the personal collection, here's the equation:

 

Grade Fee + Protection = Piece of Mind 😀

 

 

 

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On 6/25/2018 at 7:07 AM, Danny said:

If you're looking to sell them, my minimal value equation would look like this:

 

Value + Grade Fee > End Value

 

For instance, if the card is worth $3 raw and costs $10 to grade, the end value should be greater than $13. If it's less, it's not worth grading IMO.

 

 

However, if you're looking to grade these to keep in the personal collection, here's the equation:

 

Grade Fee + Protection = Piece of Mind 😀

 

 

 

Thank you

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On 6/25/2018 at 6:07 AM, Danny said:

If you're looking to sell them, my minimal value equation would look like this:

 

Value + Grade Fee > End Value

 

For instance, if the card is worth $3 raw and costs $10 to grade, the end value should be greater than $13. If it's less, it's not worth grading IMO.

 

 

However, if you're looking to grade these to keep in the personal collection, here's the equation:

 

Grade Fee + Protection = Piece of Mind 😀

 

 

 

Makes sense. I’ve never gotten a card graded either.

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On 6/25/2018 at 7:07 AM, Danny said:

If you're looking to sell them, my minimal value equation would look like this:

 

Value + Grade Fee > End Value

 

For instance, if the card is worth $3 raw and costs $10 to grade, the end value should be greater than $13. If it's less, it's not worth grading IMO.

 

 

However, if you're looking to grade these to keep in the personal collection, here's the equation:

 

Grade Fee + Protection = Piece of Mind 😀

 

 

 

these were the cards I was thinking about sending. 

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