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    Question How much to get a card graded?

    How much is it to get a card graded? and which who does the best grading? i am getting a 1987 Topps Barry Bonds rookie card soon and i was thinking about getting it graded.
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    great question! I would like to know that as well! Paul
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    PSA & Beckett are the 2 big ones to get graded from. Not sure about PSA, but Beckett is pretty pricey, depending on the type of service you want. You can get a 5 day service for $20 per card, or I remember a 45 day service for $8 per card. Go to beckett.com for more info, under "Grading"

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    Thanks, i'd probably go with the 45 day because the cards only worth $10. but if its graded a 10 or a 9, would the card be worth more?
    Looking for ALL Indians (Vintage, GU, Auto, #'d) Bob Feller, and Miguel Cabrera.

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    SGC is also one of the big three grading companies. They charge $5 per card for the 20 business day service. If you would want to wait a while to grade, they usually have specials in the summer (have been doing it for the last 2 years) for $4 per card if you submit 10 or more.
    In baseball I'm collecting PSA 3.5 and above T206's, ungraded tobacco era cards, 1930's Goudey, and pre 1950 Bowman
    In boxing, i'm collecting PSA 5 and above 1948 Leaf
    In MMA, I am looking for 2010 Leaf Autographs

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