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Either they didn't see the pinhole in my Kansas T51 card or pinholes are now PSA 2 minimum. Still an upgrade to my trimmed down copy.
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Either they didn't see the pinhole in my Kansas T51 card or pinholes are now PSA 2 minimum. Still an upgrade to my trimmed down copy.
I am not looking forward to the shipping back part AT ALL. One can only imagine how heavy 450+ slabs are. Bear with me while I get this situated. Will probably ship back the easiest ones first, just to get the pile whittled down.
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I am not looking forward to the shipping back part AT ALL. One can only imagine how heavy 450+ slabs are. Bear with me while I get this situated. Will probably ship back the easiest ones first, just to get the pile whittled down.
Bobby, feel free to put my slabs on the bottom of the pile. Im not in any real hurry to get them back and appreciate all the effort you put into these group subs.
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Same here, not in a hurry.
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Same here, not in a hurry.
Same here, Bobby. It's already been months, so no worries on rushing mine.
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Ditto for me. No hurry.
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My god...what have I gotten myself into!!





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That looks like so Much fun. Seriously. If I was retired I would run these group subs.
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Bobby, do you know what the package weight was?
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Bobby, do you know what the package weight was?
I think the USPS said 60 lbs....and that was what was on the box....it sure felt heavier though.
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My god...what have I gotten myself into!!

PSA subs are the easiest subs to separate and figure out Bobby you'll be fine

Of course that also depends on how well you organized your entry sheets from each person.

Should be easy as long as sub entry sheets were used. I make my own sub entry sheets for each subber to use in my own bulks. PSA is fairly consistent in keeping slabs together. Very rarely do they separate stuff from the entry its usually fairly well in order. Only on a few "rushed" poppage do I think that PSA has made a mess of an order.

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PSA subs are the easiest subs to separate and figure out Bobby you'll be fine

Of course that also depends on how well you organized your entry sheets from each person.

Should be easy as long as sub entry sheets were used. I make my own sub entry sheets for each subber to use in my own bulks. PSA is fairly consistent in keeping slabs together. Very rarely do they separate stuff from the entry its usually fairly well in order. Only on a few "rushed" poppage do I think that PSA has made a mess of an order.

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My organization skills could be a bit better.....and also I wish the submitters forms were a little better.....some have the hang of it.....some do not....LOL
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PSA subs are the easiest subs to separate and figure out Bobby you'll be fine

Of course that also depends on how well you organized your entry sheets from each person.

Should be easy as long as sub entry sheets were used. I make my own sub entry sheets for each subber to use in my own bulks. PSA is fairly consistent in keeping slabs together. Very rarely do they separate stuff from the entry its usually fairly well in order. Only on a few "rushed" poppage do I think that PSA has made a mess of an order.

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But for the most part I do alright.
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You should call and requests vouchers due to the drastic lateness of the order. Could make the next one cheaper.
Thanks for the hard work. Remember to put my raw oversized cards back in the stack to mail me.
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Old 09-27-2018, 08:36 AM
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Thanks for the hard work. Remember to put my raw oversized cards back in the stack to mail me.
Yes.....I have them set to the side.......
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Who got the best grade? Raw value to graded value.
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Who got the best grade? Raw value to graded value.
Not me...that's for sure.
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My 1967 Laughlin Mantle PSA 8 is probably up there. Bought for $150, and the last PSA 6 sold for $275. There was a PSA 9 that sold by auction through PWCC for $103, but PWCC didn't put "Mickey Mantle" or even "Mantle" in the title, so it definitely slid under the radar.
So is it worth $400-500? Probably if I listed it as Buy-It-Now/Best Offer and waited for the right buyer. *Saw the Laughlin in the picture and thought it must be mine, but that's someone else's as mine was graded in my bulk submissions which popped a few days earlier.*

My Bazooka Panel of McCovey/Cash/Maloney got a PSA 9. The last 9 sold 10 years ago for $353. PSA SMR value is $600, but I don't think this set is as popular as it used to be. Will be putting it up for sale. Even with the SMR value of $600, it looks like they had no problem with it remaining on a bulk submission, but that also could be because the declared value of the entire order was so high that the order was still within tolerance for the overall insurance value.

The Stamps panel with Mantle/Bruton that got a 7 last sold for $265 in that grade, but even a 4 sold for $205. So again, another good BIN/BO if I wanted to sell it, but for now it's in my Master Set. Two 8s last sold for $1900 each. I will probably be reviewing this card a couple of times if needed, since it is pretty sharp. Here is a picture of it raw:


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Bobby, I received my slabs today. Thanks
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Cool deal! Post scans if you want!
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Cool deal! Post scans if you want!
Mine are nothing to be excited about, plus my oldest is a 1957 topps common.
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My cards arrived this weekend. Thank you, Bobby, for the hard work, organization, and quick turn around. Highly recommended and I will participate in upcoming submissions (if you are crazy enough to do them)!
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This is the card I won from Candiman.....described as NEAR MINT

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Yikes!! Im assuming the auction scan was photoshopped...


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I'm picking...lol.....they described it as POOR...so technically, it didn't even get that...it got altered....lol
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I'm picking...lol.....they described it as POOR...so technically, it didn't even get that...it got altered....lol


Ahhhh the sarcasm didnt come through!! Well it did get closer to poor, any idea on how it was altered?


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I'm sure it was just the fact that there is too much missing corner to be assigned a proper grade.
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Makes sense. Still love that card, I picked one up a couple of months ago and it is one of my all time favorites.


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Got mine, Bobby. Thanks! No scans as theyre already packed up for sale.
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Mine arrived safe and sound - thanks Bobby for being so accommodating with my requests!
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Cool deal!!! Let's see some scans of your faves!!!
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Mine arrived today; thanks for the work you put in.
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My boxful of terrible grades arrived today...and quickly! Thank you, Bobby!!!!! I'll post a scan or two in a bit when I go through it to find anything worthy of such.
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My boxful of terrible grades arrived today...and quickly! Thank you, Bobby!!!!! I'll post a scan or two in a bit when I go through it to find anything worthy of such.
dang...you had some GREAT cards!! Clemente rookie!! 1959 Mantle PSA 5....1960 Mantle PSA 5.....those jump out right off the bat!!!

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Here are eight of my better ones from the group sub. The Clemente RC is obviously rough, but I needed to get it slabbed just for the purpose of authenticating it. Most of my Mantles came back as 3 and 4's, which was completely depressing, but the '67 is a 7, so I'm happy with that one. The Mays/Aaron is ridiculously beautiful, the Winfield RC is an OPC, which is kinda cool, and the '63 Fleer checklist is wicked tough to find. The Fleer Mays got a 7, too. And lastly, two off the chart tough variations which are hard to find in any shape...


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dang...you had some GREAT cards!! Clemente rookie!! 1959 Mantle PSA 5....1960 Mantle PSA 5.....those jump out right off the bat!!!
I know, I'm being a whiny b_tch about it - HA!! HA!! - but three separate high dollar cards that I've owned forever coming back as authentic or altered, and a bunch of other HOF'ers that look perfect and coming back as 6's or lower??? It hurts. The end result is, when I go to buy high grade cards now, I will love them even more, because I know how stupidly tough it is to end up with a card in one of those slabs. Yowza!!
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Darren: same thing happened to me. I have had this Mays card since 1975 and the Bird/Magic rookie went from the pack into a sleeve. I sent them in and the Mays came back altered and the Bird/Magic came back as a miscut. I waited a couple of months and dropped the off at the National. Here’s what came back.35108A0A-5361-4034-A5AB-212C3A593313.jpg

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