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    • CommentAuthorjmp4me
    • CommentTimeDec 23rd 2007
     
    You have different prices for different categories of the same player for the same year such as 7 /NM. What does 7/NM mean? I am new to this. Thanks.

    Jon
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    Hi Jon -
    With the advent of authentication companies, there is now a ten point scale that is used to evaluate cards. There are nuances (some companies have half grads - e.g. a 3.5, and each calls a "10" something different), but the gist of it is that a card that grades a "7" is considered to be in Near Mint condition. Hope this helps - please let me know if I should elaborate further.

    Ted
 
 
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