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In order to get old serial # cards into my registry will Beckett reslab them with a new serial # for me? I don't want them to change the grade or subgrades. I just would like a serial # that is newer outside of the old BVG screw up.

Thoughts on how much it would cost?
My understanding is that reslabs are $5 unless it's an immediate screw up by BGS on an order you just got back.
(05-29-2015, 05:12 PM)crossada Wrote: [ -> ]In order to get old serial # cards into my registry will Beckett reslab them with a new serial # for me? I don't want them to change the grade or subgrades. I just would like a serial # that is newer outside of the old BVG screw up.

Thoughts on how much it would cost?
You can only keep the subgrades, IF you were the one that originally submitted the card.
So does that mean they would crack the case then actually go thru the process of regrading the card?
(06-04-2015, 06:11 PM)crossada Wrote: [ -> ]So does that mean they would crack the case then actually go thru the process of regrading the card?
No. I think that they'd slab it with a new label and new # and unless you're the original submitter, you'd lose the subgrades.
So for instance if sent in a card with 4 subgrades of 9.5 they might change it to three 9.5's and a 9?

Or do you mean the card would just have a final grade and have no subgrades?

Sorry for all the questions
(06-04-2015, 10:18 PM)crossada Wrote: [ -> ]So for instance if sent in a card with 4 subgrades of 9.5 they might change it to three 9.5's and a 9?

Or do you mean the card would just have a final grade and have no subgrades?

Sorry for all the questions
You're correct with your 2nd comment. The card would come back with no subgrades.
Thank you
(06-05-2015, 06:15 PM)crossada Wrote: [ -> ]Thank you
You are certainly welcome.
How many days does it take for purely reslab submission? Thanks
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