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    Uncirculated? I dont get it

    Well my daily browsing for Ken Dorsey card I see "TOPPS PRISTINE KEN DORSEY 49ERS UNCIRCULATED" I have seen uncirculated before but I really dont get it, just lookin for a explantation on what unciruclated means, I just got back into collecting few months ago and dont remember seeing that phrase back in the day,

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    Uncirculated means that the cards have never been touched. These uncirculated cards come incased in a plastic holder and a hologram sticker seals the opening.

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    how did the people obtain then, in a box or like a closeout from the company or something?

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    According to (EDIT: the following link opens a new browser window) Topps Product Info for 2005 Pristine Football, there are Uncirculated Numbered cards (one per box). "All cards are enclosed in a protective plastic case." according to this product info. Presumably, that means no human hands have touched it (at least since the moment it's been encased). However, I got one through Topps NPN program (3 Drew Bennett 625/750) that wasn't encased in a protective plastic case--just mailed like every other ordinary Topps NPN card. Now I'm wondering how this will affect those who collect these (mine is up for trade for baseball--PM if you wish to trade for it--don't want to go OT on this thread or hijack this thread).

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    I have a Larry Johnson refactor # /25 and its GU too

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