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Old 09-23-2020, 09:37 PM
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Iíve been collecting since I was a kid in the late 70s and early 80s. Most of my collection are raw and Iíve tended to collect sets and have stayed away from graded cards. I completed the Ď69 basketball set mainly because I Already had most of the difficult cards including the Alcindor rookie, which I bought for $5 in 1982. The majority of the cards is in my set are in similar condition to the one I posted below, or better. My question is whether itís worth getting this card or maybe the whole set graded. Also, since Iím not much on grading, anyone have an opinion on what grade this might get? Scans arenít the best but I think you can get a decent idea. Thanks!
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1.5-3 range. If any creases figure the lower end of that.

If you're selling it probably a good idea to get it graded to get top dollar.

But it's really about your motivation

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Iíve had it too many years to sell. Itís crease free. Thanks for the feedback!
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