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(02-22-2012 11:45 AM)djohn Wrote: Maybe it's just me but I don't think the damage is that bad. It looks to be a little bit of whitening in the corner on the back of the card. I could easily see the seller overlooking that when he listed it for sale. However to answer your original question, YES I would keep this card if it was for my personal collection. I would ask for a partial refund and send the seller a picture showing the damage, so that he can be sure to check for that on any other cards he sells.
(02-22-2012 05:57 PM)marquettewade3 Wrote: I appreciate the input. It really comes down to the collector. I think we all have a different idea of what we will or won't accept. For me, if I am planning on keeping it for a collection, which are the only cards I purchase, I want them to be free of any defects. To me, there is no reason, if the card is stored properly it should be that worn. I don't want to pay above book value for a card that isn't even NRMT.