Graded question

Camsue

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Just a quick question I am not familiar with graded cards. Say I have one of the hot 2017 rookies his card is valued at 15.00. But it is graded a 10 by psa what increase in value will that add. Just trying to figure out this grading stuff any help would be appreciated.
 

bdink25

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This is Beckett's listing for regular pricing. No graded pricing available:

2017 Topps Chrome #169A Aaron Judge RC $20.00

MINT NM-MT+ NM-MT NM EX-MT EX VG-EX VG GOOD POOR
$25.00 $20.00 $20.00 $10.00 $6.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 $1.00



I'll do a little more research later. Hope this helps you some. Butch
 
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Camsue

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It does I didn't know with it being verified a 10 and in the graded holder if that increased it as well other than the gem mint
 

cjay101

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Most people consider a raw, non-graded card on par with a bgs 8.5-9. 9.5 will usually hold a bit more value than raw. 10 pristine is a very hard grade to get, if you have a pristine 10 of a hot card, there will be a substantial premium in value.
 

baseball jack

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I'd suggest you compare the finished auctions on ebay for the card in a psa 10 holder and a raw version of the same card.

Ebay, IMO gives a better guage on real prices and certainly would show the difference in value of the raw and the PSA 10 of your card.
 
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