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    I have a dilema... please help!

    here's the situation: I have a certificate for a free BGS grading, but i'm torn as to which card to send in, so i was hoping you all could help me. Here are the fianlists:

    1961 topps roberto clemente-i'm not sure how they grade vintage. there are no creases, it's slightly off center left to right, one side is a littel rough from the cutting,and it's a little faded.

    1991 stadium club brett favre-no creases, sharp corner's, good color, perfect cut.

    1994 fleer rookie exchange marshall faulk- maybe a soft corner, would probably get the lowest grade of them all.

    1986 topps Jerry rice-this was my original pick. no cresaes, sharp corner's, perfect centering, good color, no scrratches or dings, good sides.

    I think i could get at least an 8.5 or higher on the favre and rice, but im really interested to see what the clemente would get. I also have a 60 and 61 musial in excellent condition, but i think the clemente is better. please give me your opinion on this matter. I could really use teh help. thanks.

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    If you think the Rice could get a BGS 9 or better I would go with that. 1986 football is very condition sensitive so high grades of that year bring a very nice premium.


    BGray

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    thanks B...That's what i was leaning towards. I just wanted a second (or third) opinion.

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    I would go with the rookies, just because with vintage you can still get a nice price if you ever decided to sell.

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    thanks gi

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    Think long and hard about the faulk, as they grade TOUGH see enclosed
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    Me I would go with the 1961 topps roberto clemente:D

    But thats just because I realy like vintage cards;)

    De Orc

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