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im not a fan of the RCR regardless of whether its high end or not
(03-07-2013 09:45 AM)jkiddlridnour Wrote: [ -> ]I would have slabbed it if it got a 9.5. Oh well, now I know not to do RCR on higher end stuff.

Even if it was reviewed 9.5, there is no guarantee that when you send it in to get slabbed, it will still be 9.5. It would get re-graded by a new grader and he will label it whatever he feels is the correct grade, he won't use the previous review.
(03-07-2013 10:56 AM)giantfan270 Wrote: [ -> ]Even if it was reviewed 9.5, there is no guarantee that when you send it in to get slabbed, it will still be 9.5. It would get re-graded by a new grader and he will label it whatever he feels is the correct grade, he won't use the previous review.

not always true, if you get it graded within 3 days in the sealed rcr case most times it will get slabbed 9.5 but if its after 3 days or was removed they regrade
(03-07-2013 11:02 AM)JonGFY Wrote: [ -> ]not always true, if you get it graded within 3 days in the sealed rcr case most times it will get slabbed 9.5 but if its after 3 days or was removed they regrade

They always re-grade unless you happen to get the same grader by some slim chance. That's why they charge you for grading again. Now, that's not saying you don't have a better chance of getting the same grade, but they always re-grade.

Actually the term re-grade is incorrect. The service at the shows is a review only. Just like Danny said.
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