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Old 04-20-2007, 08:29 AM
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Posted By: Mike

Do any of the so called big three graders, encapsulate something as large as 7'x9'? I have a large card, and need it protected for the long term, more so than needing a grade. It is fragile. And very rare. And dear to my heart....sappy I know.

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Old 04-20-2007, 08:32 AM
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Posted By: Peter Spaeth

I believe the biggest card SGC or PSA will encapsulate is a T3. GAI might as I believe they have encapsulated items such as wax boxes, although I could be wrong. I would call them.

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Old 04-20-2007, 08:35 AM
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Thanks much Peter. I'm trying to avoid GAI if at all possible. The phone was an option, but I thought I would try the forum first. Thanks.

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Mike, I know you're not a GAI fan.

They've done an LOA and COA on my 8x10" M101-2. It's not slabbed, but they've placed an invisible watermark with serial number on the back corner. I know, $80 for something that may or may not exist *insert dope slap*, but that was when I was young and stupid -last year.

It was a compromise to slabbing. Perhaps the other two Graders may offer this service. Steve F





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Posted By: Mike

Much appreciated Steve. What I've got is a Jimmie Foxx Spencer Shoe Premium from 1936. NO rush. It is safe somewhere in my office. (???) I think. It is odd how many things get lost in an enclosed room. Maybe I will just call the folks. Thanks for the reply though. I am looking more for protection, rather than an LOA, or COA, because I know it's for real. But I may take your route after all. Who knows...



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You had me sweating there Mike!! Saw the post and thought I was gonna have to check with the women around and get a concensus...

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Posted By: Mike

I'm not sure how to respond to that. Since ladies might be in here, and leon might be watching. A little humour in here is a positive thing. Keep it up !!! No pun intended.

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Posted By: Jason L

Walter Johnson cards, that is!

oh, c'mon....
that's a softball pitch with a title like that!

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