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Old 01-27-2018, 05:33 PM
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Let's see some slabwork that looks better than the grade it was given.


Yes, you heard the term slabwork here first.
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What the??? Someone must have ad a bad day over at PSA. Have few myself, no access right now.
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PSA 7 or 7.5 to me

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Neal - That Mantle never ceases to amaze me.

Here's the one I always enjoy posting to these threads:
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Let's see some more!

What do you guys think about this one? I know this is a post-war thread, but this card just jumps out at me.

The top left flower on the back is my best guess at why it didn't go higher. Seeing it in person is always a big
difference. Judging from what I can see in the scans however, it looks like a really nice SGC 1.



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Definitely the nicest PSA 6.5 I've ever owned, fortunately the grade allowed me to afford it!
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Looks like a solid 1.5

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Let's see some more!

What do you guys think about this one? I know this is a post-war thread, but this card just jumps out at me.

The top left flower on the back is my best guess at why it didn't go higher. Seeing it in person is always a big
difference. Judging from what I can see in the scans however, it looks like a really nice SGC 1.



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