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Old 11-06-2012, 05:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Do IP autos have any value?

I have a few rookie cards that i have gotten signed in person. If i sent them in and got them graded would they be worth anything?

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Old 11-06-2012, 07:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Depends, the IP autographed cards most likely they wouldn't grade well, but sending them into get authenticated is probably the best way to go to maximize your investment if that's what you are looking to do.
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Old 11-06-2012, 07:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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who are they of?
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Old 11-06-2012, 09:31 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Depends on who they are, who are we talking? I have been trying to get some vintage/HOF rookie cards signed during the last year, and then when PSA runs monthly specials, send them in for authentication. I personally think it adds value as well as the overall eye appeal.
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:06 PM   #5 (permalink)
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am i right or wrong inn saying that they wont grade autographed cards(ttm/ip).. only will graded cards that were made with the autograph(certified by card co)...thats what it says on beckett... but you can definitly get it authenticated
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am i right or wrong inn saying that they wont grade autographed cards(ttm/ip).. only will graded cards that were made with the autograph(certified by card co)...thats what it says on beckett... but you can definitly get it authenticated
I believe PSA has a few ways, I know they can authenticate and i know they will grade an authenticated auto. I believe you can also have the card graded and the auto authenticated in one slab, though someone else will have to verify this.
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:48 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Old 11-07-2012, 03:00 PM   #8 (permalink)
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As far as I know, the IP auto will destroy the surface grade since the card was issued without the auto.

That's why you see all the Leaf Best of _______ stuffs have "authenticated" autos on RC but they are not graded. Like this one:
1982 Topps 21 Cal Ripken Jr PSA DNA Signed Auto Baseball Rookie Card | eBay
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even with whoever the player might be chances are the costs of grading the card would be more than the value of the uncertified autographed card itself. I mean even with a guy like Josh Hamilton and regular signed card of his that isn't factory certified can be bought for $5-10. Take that value there and send it to be graded and the selling price of it being graded won't make up for the cost of the grading

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Old 11-08-2012, 04:38 PM   #10 (permalink)
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ok thanks alot guys
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As far as I know, the IP auto will destroy the surface grade since the card was issued without the auto.

That's why you see all the Leaf Best of _______ stuffs have "authenticated" autos on RC but they are not graded. Like this one:
1982 Topps 21 Cal Ripken Jr PSA DNA Signed Auto Baseball Rookie Card | eBay
This isn't true. If you are a PSA member, you can have IP autographs slabbed and authenticated in a red flip. The red flip can grade the card, or you can just have them say the card is authentic (ie not a reprint). It will also contain a line with the PSA/DNA certification on the flip for the autograph authentication. So yes, you can grade a IP card, and the signature won't have any bearing on the grade.

We do bulk submissions usually twice a year. I just organized a $10 blue flip (so only the autograph, not grading/authenticating the card at all) and 23 members on another forum and I submitted 367 cards/cuts/index cards to be authenticated/encapsulated for $10 a piece. If you are a member on the PSA board, one member just did a piggyback for $11.50 a piece for the red flip (so the grading/authentication of the card and the signature).
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Red flip that authenticates the card and signature



Red flip with a card graded a '9' and auto certified by PSA/DNA



Blue flip only authenticating the signature



Blue flip which only authenticates the signature - with a 10 grade autograph

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This isn't true. If you are a PSA member, you can have IP autographs slabbed and authenticated in a red flip. The red flip can grade the card, or you can just have them say the card is authentic (ie not a reprint). It will also contain a line with the PSA/DNA certification on the flip for the autograph authentication. So yes, you can grade a IP card, and the signature won't have any bearing on the grade.

We do bulk submissions usually twice a year. I just organized a $10 blue flip (so only the autograph, not grading/authenticating the card at all) and 23 members on another forum and I submitted 367 cards/cuts/index cards to be authenticated/encapsulated for $10 a piece. If you are a member on the PSA board, one member just did a piggyback for $11.50 a piece for the red flip (so the grading/authentication of the card and the signature).
HA! Cool! I didnt know that. Thanks!
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awesome thanks for the info! definitely going to do that with my autos
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to do that though you have to be a PSA member? if not how is it different from any other submission (how would i have this done?)
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i'm a big advocate of PSA. happy to help anyone who will listen. I love their service and reputation
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you do have to be a member (or piggyback of a member) for the grading and the red flip. you do not have to be a member for PSA DNA which us the blue flip auto certification only
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PSA and PSA DNA are different (but are sister) companies. PSA does card grading, and PSA DNA is auto authentication
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PSA/DNA Special

they update this page the first of every month. wait for a $10 out $12 authentication and encapsulation special to show up
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does anyone know if i could do this with beckett, i love psa but i like beckett better for autos?
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JSA is what Beckett uses. PSA DNA is more reputable fyi.
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JSA is what Beckett uses. PSA DNA is more reputable fyi.
JSA is a good one too, however. I agree that I would prefer a PSA/DNA, but JSA is no slouch.
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they are definitely the top two. but PSA DNA is the most reputable third party authenticator out there
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