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Old 10-12-2017, 12:06 PM
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Default Graded cards with UV Protection

Without stirring up any debate over preferences or resale values of PSA, SGC, and BVG, I simply wanted to ask if any or all of them are in cases which provide UV protection. I seem to recall BVG having mentioned it, though I can't find it on their site now, but neither PSA nor SGC make any mention of it, at least that I could find.

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Old 10-12-2017, 12:32 PM
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I'm pretty sure PSA & SGC don't have any sort of UV protection added into their slabs.

Honestly, I'd treat all slabs as being untreated. Use additional UV protection and limit exposure to natural light & artifical lighting outside of LEDs.
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Unless they state otherwise, I would assume no. I know Beckett didn't, and said the slabs would cost more if they did.
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I just keep my graded cards in a closet and apply sunscreen frequently to my raw cards. That seems to work just fine.
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I'm not certain of the answer, but I've seen plenty of slabbed cards on display that have faded- cards and flips. Be cautious displaying cards.

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