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    Would it be worth it to....

    Get my 89 UD griffey and 85 Topps USA Big Mac cards graded?


    my griffey has never been touched by human hands and the McGwire idk what grade it would get




    if i send a pic of the griffey would it help?

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    Dont wast your time w/ griffey the Mcgwire is also iffy, There are alot of them graded. If you plan to keep them in your collection, go ahead , but dont grade them to get rid of them

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    And, if you do grade them, they had better be perfect, or else it might actually hurt their value. By perfect, I mean: sharp corners, centered perfectly, and no staining. Look at them very closely.

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