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    Question about Topps Pristine Basketball cards

    I was looking through Beckett...I know there are 2 classifications of Pristine, the base chrome and the refractor.

    Each one has a subclassification:

    C
    U
    R

    I take it C is for circulated/common?
    U for uncirculated?
    What is R?

    Please let me know ASAP,
    Vic

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    refractor maybe i dont really know that would be my guess though

  4. #3
    Well, it already states that the card is a refractor, but there are 3 different kinds of refractor.

    Would be odd if it's a refractor refractor.

    Help!
    Vic

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    I think I figured it out...after Googling hehe.

    C=common
    U=uncirculated
    R=relic (jersey)

    Correct me if I'm wrong guys,
    Vic

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    I always thought it was common, uncommon and rare. I don't know if that's right though.

  9. #8
    I agree with runnerdude, common, uncommon, rare

  10. #9
    Cool..thanks guys.

    So a common is just that, a base card right?

    A uncommon is what...the uncirculated/encased cards?

    So what's a rare? Short printed? Is it encased also?

    Vic

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