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|Subject: Re: U get me mad!! Fri Apr 16, 2010 12:59 pm|| |
- @xiskool wrote:
- No, tape sealed baggies cannot be u-graded, only heat-sealed. That is one reason you can actually find a DT Luke in a baggie! : )
Yes, that is true. The question would be - If the box was tape sealed and the contents are removed by the AFA, does the figure, box and booklet receive a U grade? I guess that was what Joe and I were checking on (correct me if I am wrong Joe).
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|Subject: Re: U get me mad!! Fri Apr 16, 2010 1:05 pm|| |
I found Jordan's original post and am now questioning my memory of those. I thought they had boxes but the post from late last year only mentions sealed or unsealed baggies. I couldn't find any of Jordan's photos on RS photopost either.
To answer your question, if it did come in a sealed box, it could be graded as an uncirculated mailer with all the other stuff (but figure would remain in baggie) or could just be graded loose uncirculated outside the baggie if requested.
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|Subject: Re: U get me mad!! Fri Apr 16, 2010 1:37 pm|| |
Yep I know no tape seals can be graded but if the baggie is within a box (sealed) then it can be given a U.
I just wondered why Rulair specified the baggie was heat sealed, I presume the figure he bought was a sealed box so its possible he was mistaken, if not then in my opinion the heat sealed bag would have been as much a part of the piece as the early catalogue, the box and the figure itself, the whole thing is a cool item !
If hes mistaken then fair enough, just seemed odd to me
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