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Old 02-09-2021, 01:54 PM
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Default Grading a card with an ink transfer

I've read about wet sheet transfers, but I have a card in which the back has an ink transfer from something else (post factory). Would PSA give this a MK qualifier similar to a stamp? Or could it escape the qualifier fate altogether and live a happy life as a normal PSA 1? Thanks.

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Any thoughts, folks? Thanks.
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It is supposed to get the MK qualifier, but any qualifier on a PSA 1 does not hurt it in registry terms. It would still be worth a 1 on the registry.
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I agree with John (should) get the qualifier. How does the front look?
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Thanks, guys. I'm not a registry person but I really don't like qualifiers. I may just go SGC then. The front looks like a decent PSA 1. Well creased, but still has decent eye appeal for a low grade Ruth.

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