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    Pgi ?

    Hi,

    I was wondering if PGI rating is respected throughout the comunity as much as is BGS or BCCG, as i was planning on getting some PGI graded cards.

    Cheers,

    Jeff.
    Collecting all Denver Nuggets, past and present, and all legends (Drexler, Rodman, etc....).

    It ain't no fun if the homies can't have none.

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    never heard of them. wouldn`t bother to be honest unless they have a card you want at a reasonable cost. You can always crack open their case and resubmit to BGS or PSA.

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    Ya I really doubt that they are at all repuitable or even if they are a true grading company at all.

    http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZgograded

    This guy has about 3000 pgi graded cards and every single on of them is a 10. Kind of wonder if it is his own grading company.

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    thanks for the reply guys, i thought it was a lil weird that ALL pgi graded cards on the bay are perfect 10s myself...

    Ey, gotta respect the number one draft pick from europe eh? :)
    Collecting all Denver Nuggets, past and present, and all legends (Drexler, Rodman, etc....).

    It ain't no fun if the homies can't have none.

    (Avatar = Terrence Stansbury)

    scans of PC coming soon

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    Strabge to see every card graded a perfect 10. Where does one get the cases to do that?

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    they sell those at wal-mart like"find a graded rookie card from a star"so im like kool spend $15 on it open it up and its pgi 10 rondell white rookie......when was rondell white ever a star

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    Quote Originally Posted by anaheimnational
    when was rondell white ever a star
    He had about 2 months of lime light in his rookie year. Does he even play anymore???

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