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    Good eye Upper Deck... too bad the same wasn't applied to the Smith-Pelly auto/stamp debacle


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    Oh man I just watched a break of the Cup and they pulled a Boeser black acetate auto #/25 I think. Beautiful card.. but the auto was crazy smudged and the whole card looked like it was used a practice puck. Just beat up so bad, it’s really a shame. Dude must have just not cared at all when signing these things.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerialthriller View Post
    Oh man I just watched a break of the Cup and they pulled a Boeser black acetate auto #/25 I think. Beautiful card.. but the auto was crazy smudged and the whole card looked like it was used a practice puck. Just beat up so bad, it’s really a shame. Dude must have just not cared at all when signing these things.


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    The autograph smudging is a much bigger problem that just an ink stain on the card. Depending on the type of card you could even remove the ink stain but a smudged autograph is going to be a total card destroyer. I mean technically you could even take a card that was badly damaged with a perfect autograph and just use it for a cut autograph card. But a destroyed autograph on a card basically makes it worth junk level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pwaldo View Post
    The autograph smudging is a much bigger problem that just an ink stain on the card. Depending on the type of card you could even remove the ink stain but a smudged autograph is going to be a total card destroyer. I mean technically you could even take a card that was badly damaged with a perfect autograph and just use it for a cut autograph card. But a destroyed autograph on a card basically makes it worth junk level.
    Not sure this link will work, I took a screenshot of the card, it’s straight beat up

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