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Old 02-14-2018, 05:57 AM
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If the winning bidder doesn't spend a fortune and he/she sends it to PSA where it is deemed trimmed, which I believe it is (top border), I am pretty sure it would at least come back authentic and then would probably fetch $2-3K with some reputable auction house. When GAI was formed and Steve Rocci pulled his coup against PSA, he brought his chief grader Mike Baker with him. Mike graded the early GAI high value submissions and many of the early slabs have "First Graded" on them. I would state that these cards are probably alright. But, of course, card in question would seem to have been graded more recently. Personally, I don't think I would need the agro trying to chase it.
Not a recent GAI graded card, as the flip has totally changed on the recent stuff.


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And PSA doesn’t grade trimmed/altered cards numerically?

Not unless it was hand cut from a larger piece!
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Wasn't there a Twilight Zone episode about Willoughby.


"Next stop Willoughby"
One of my favorite episodes. It did end badly for the main character though....not that we're drawing the same conclusion with the card though.
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Yes, there was. I think that Willoughby was the name of a mortuary.
I was thinking it was the name on the side of the EMS/Coroner Truck?
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The higher the amount the less risk I take. The website had me asking what it was and who they were? The Goudey Ruth 144 in the GAI holder better stay in it. The next holder, if the company is legit, will be AUT for trimming.
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The borders seem almost all gone. 7.5. Lol.
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Willloughby was the name of a Suburban train station. Awesome episode. One of my favorites.
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Or a gamble like this? Great looking card but.....

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1909-CY-YOU...8AAOSw~3pah1M1

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