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(04-16-2012 10:38 AM)coureymarshall Wrote:
Quick question, I am yet to send in a PSA card to be crossovered to BGS.
What is the simplest method for sending in a PSA graded card to BGS.
For example, I want to send in a PSA 9 graded card. However, I only want the card re-slabbed if the card will grade out to BGS 9 or better?
How do I go about doing this in my "submission" form. thanks in advance!
(04-16-2012 11:18 AM)nolan5000 Wrote:
And this is key. In my experience, a PSA 9 would not cross over to a BGS 9. In my experience, a PSA 9 would cross over to a BGS 8 OR BGS 8.5.
But to fill out the submission form, you simply fill it out as you would a regular submission. In the space to the right of the Declared Value field, just hand-write your minimum grade that you want. You no longer have to send in a waiver form. For the easiest method, just send the card in the PSA slab and let them crack it out for you.
I hope that this helps.
(04-16-2012 12:03 PM)coureymarshall Wrote:
Awesome! Thanks so much Nolan!
Always a huge help! And yes, I do have my doubts that the card would grade out to a BGS 9 or better... (might just leave as is and save the $$)
(04-19-2012 09:35 AM)dmasci Wrote: It seems like the general consensus here is that most PSA cards sent to BGS get a lower grade. I only collect BGS/BVG graded cards but have heard so many times that PSA is the way to go with the older cards although I'm not sure why. My question is if PSA graded cards tend to receive a lower grade with BGS is the opposite true for sending BGS/BVG cards to PSA....do they tend to recieve a higher grade?