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Going for a sub bump
12-12-2012, 07:55 PM
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Going for a sub bump
I'm about to get this Tom Brady RC, graded a BGS 9.5 w/ subs 10,10,9.5,9.5. I have never sent in a card to get a sub bump before or even get one graded. Is there anything I need to make sure I do or anything I should stay clear of? For instance, sending it in in it's graded case as opposed to taking it out. Any advice and experience is appreciated.
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12-13-2012, 10:41 AM
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RE: Going for a sub bump
(12-12-2012 07:55 PM)batemanshouse Wrote:  I'm about to get this Tom Brady RC, graded a BGS 9.5 w/ subs 10,10,9.5,9.5. I have never sent in a card to get a sub bump before or even get one graded. Is there anything I need to make sure I do or anything I should stay clear of? For instance, sending it in in it's graded case as opposed to taking it out. Any advice and experience is appreciated.

I think in order to get a sub bump, you have to leave it in its BGS Slab. Beyond that, I have no clue what you're to do.

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12-18-2012, 01:01 PM
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RE: Going for a sub bump
Just leave it in the slab I sent 4 cards in for myself to be looked at the all came back with the same subs ! fyi

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