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Old 11-12-2015, 03:07 PM
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Default New PSA case w/ holo

Pardon me, but as I browse the auction catalogs I see a lot of cards in the new PSA cases w/holo. Are the majority of these simply "reholders"? Or are they truly new graded and haven't ever been encapsulated? Or perhaps crack and re-submits? Or PSA "reviews"? Or major auction houses have an "in" with PSA if the cards go to their auctions? It just seems like a surprisingly high number of super high end, high price cards are now in the new holders. And am I correct to assume the new cases bring higher prices all other things equal? Thx.
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Old 11-12-2015, 03:38 PM
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For $5 I am guessing a lot of reholders. I have noticed the same thing, the percentage of new holders is far higher than you would expect based on how long they have been out there.
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Old 11-12-2015, 04:08 PM
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For $5 I am guessing a lot of reholders. I have noticed the same thing, the percentage of new holders is far higher than you would expect based on how long they have been out there.
And I agree. If I were selling a high dollar card with an older flip, I would pay the $5 to have it re-holdered. My guess is that it adds to the re-sell value as it gives the buyer peace of mind.
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I have been told that many are requesting the cards to be reholdered so that PSA has a chance to see the card again and confirm authenticity.

It seems like a reasonable request with the holder issues that have occurred on many higher dollar cards.

The new PSA case is by far the hardest third party grading companies case to crack and even more difficult then the older GAI one's.

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