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(11-15-2012 10:13 PM)pschaeff Wrote: I just won a BVG 9.5 Paul Molitor Rookie on EBay. Card was graded when BVG still used subgrades. Subs are 10, 10, 10, and 8.5. 8.5 is for surface. What do you think the odds are that a regrade under the new BVG grading system (without subgrades) would net a BVG 10 grade?
(11-15-2012 11:51 PM)nolan5000 Wrote: My guess is slim to none. Plus, I'd rather have a BVG 9.5 with those Amazing subgrades. JMO.
(11-16-2012 09:09 AM)pschaeff Wrote: I'd much rather have a BVG 10 than a BVG 9.5 with great subs.
(11-17-2012 01:46 AM)coimbre 21 Wrote: First, congrats on a great card. Not worth a regrade with two 8.5 subs. BVG still looks at the all the same elements under the new system as they did under the old, they're simply not listed anymore.
(11-17-2012 02:21 PM)pschaeff Wrote: It only has one 8.5 sub. Surface is 8.5. Corners, Centering, and Edges are all 10s.
I will probably wind up submitting to PSA. I think its highly likely to get a PSA 10 with those subgrades and PSA 10s simply sell for more than BVG 9.5s.