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    Graded basketball cards

    I don't know if any of you deal with graded cards much, but I've not really delved into buying/trading/selling graded cards. However, I did just recently buy the 76ers in a Panini Encased case break and ended up with 2 Zhaire Smith graded rookie cards:

    2018-19 Panini Encased #159 Zhaire Smith Scripted Signatures AU 66/75 9.5 Gem Mint BGS

    2018-19 Panini Encased #193 Zhaire Smith JSY AU 90/99 9.5 Gem Mint BGS

    Is there any rule of thumb for trade or sell values? Or is it just a free for all and I'd be best selling on ebay auction style? Please share your thoughts.
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    Dennis

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    One interesting thing I have noticed recently is that BGS with sub scores seems to get priced higher than PSA for the same overall grade.

    So a BGS 9 is higher vs PSA 9 when that BGS has sub scores in there. I have no idea if this holds over a study of many different cards from all sports but that is the general trend I’ve been noticing

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