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Old 02-25-2004, 09:18 AM
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Default Question about selling graded cards

Posted By: Adam J. Baxter

Hi all,
I usually never buy or sell graded cards, but I recently had a few graded by SGC to sell in the very near future. How does one determine the "mark-up" price for selling graded cards? I use the term mark up, because graded cards typically sell for more then raw examples. After doing a little searching online I found several SGC 60 N172 Old Judges selling for between $425 and $480 each, which is significantly higher then the SCD listing of $270 for an N172 in EX condition. I even came across some N172's graded SGC 10 (Poor) that were between $100 and $130. Is it just a matter of doubling the price one would pay for a raw card in the same condition or is determining a sale price for graded cards more complex then that? SGC's website does not list price for graded N172's. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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