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I'm mainly considering the Koufax, Aaron and Ford. I included the 1971's because I know they are hard to find in good condition and getting a good grade on them would significantly increase there value. I am not terribly knowledgeable on grading and would appreciate any input.

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Are you trying to flip them afterwards or are they PC?
PC. They may eventually be sold but that is not my plan right now.
If you decide to trade, I like the Aaron......Wink
HINTS:
Look at those black-borderd cards really good. Using a loupe and black lights to see if they have not been touched up with a black sharpie. They are the worse cards to get in good shape, and those brown bordered cards are in the same category.
(02-04-2013 05:38 PM)pawpawdiv9 Wrote: [ -> ]HINTS:
Look at those black-borderd cards really good. Using a loupe and black lights to see if they have not been touched up with a black sharpie. They are the worse cards to get in good shape, and those brown bordered cards are in the same category.

Thanks for the info
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