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    • CommentAuthorcobalt
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2010
     
    Can anybody tell me what the VG, EX, NM, NM-MT, and the GEM MT stand for on the pricing page
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    Hi Cobalt,
    Sorry for the delayed response. I have been on the road for the better part of the last three days. Those headings are equivalent to conditions for baseball cards.

    VG = Very Good
    EX = Excellent
    NM = Near Mint
    Gem MT = Gem Mint

    Most all of the grading companies and collectors within the hobby use this terminology to describe what condition a given card is. If you visit an individual cards page, you will see the full scale listed out.
    • CommentAuthorBeckymet
    • CommentTimeJun 30th 2010
     
    I have 1972 Topps Larry Brown says 352 for GEM mint. They have been kept in a pocket sheet and look great. How do I tell the difference between.

    VG = Very Good
    EX = Excellent
    NM = Near Mint
    Gem MT = Gem Mint
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    Hi Becky,
    I apologize, I was away from the holiday. Here is a great guide on condition: http://www.cycleback.com/1800s/condition.htm.
 
 
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