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    To Grade or Not To Grade?

    Hey there! So a few months back, I purchased a Hit Parade box and got a MJ auto card. I have debated selling it, but that decision lies along if I want to get it graded first. I am super hesitant to send it in, but I know the value would go up. What should I do???received_10216350760146166~2.jpeg

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    I don't really know what a Hit Parade box is but that's a very nice Michael Jordan autograph pull. Congrats! As for the answer to your question I can't really tell with the scan but does it have clean borders and corners front and back? If so then I would go ahead and grade it as these black borders sometimes take a beating but if it isn't mint I wouldn't bother getting it graded IMO.

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