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Thread: do graded autos book?

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    if graded autos book will someone please look up the bv of this card:

    larry johnson 03' sp signature auto black PSA 10. thanks

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    That's a good question.

    While I'm certain there's multipliers for Mint 9's & Gem 10's, I'm not 100% sure where the standardized list would be.
    I know Beckett took a stab, and PSA & GAI have listings(Psa's is the SMR and more thorough) They don't list alot of the newer cards.

    Hope someone can clarify, and post the reference.
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    well, i know the last time i bought a beckett(quite a while ago! like maybe 2 years or more).... in the back they had a graded price guide section... it obviously didn't have all the cards, but it had a lot of the big name important ones in it... so, that prolly didn't help, but if u could get somebody with a beckett mag, then you could prolly find out if they still do this or not.

    meuandthelot- i just got done typing up a book for the thread that you just closed - hahaha, i understand why u had to close it, it was headed in the wrong direction just thought i'd let ya know that i spent like 5 min typing up a big response and i clicked "submit" and then it didn't even post! haha

    sorry.... back to the original post!!!

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    so far i havent seen anything on graded autos. I'm sure theres a multiplier on them. Havent seen much of it.

    Nice Card that you got though.

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