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Old 04-08-2013, 07:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default PSA Population Report? Rare?

Being so new to this again. I was wondering what is considered rare in the population reports for a PSA 9 or 10? What's a good number from the groups to stay under? 100, 50, ? Thank you.
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It is all relevant to demand. Key cards of sets are more likely to get graded.

With few exceptions, I'd stay away from any card that has over 50-100 PSA 9's or 10's. Those cards are usually mass produced and you can expect more 9's & 10's to be graded.
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yes, relative to demand, its not always the total# of 9s or 10s that is important, but the % that are graded lower/higher. If there are 50 that are graded PSA 10, but 50,000 that are graded PSA 9 or lower, that is a big premium

If there are 5 graded PSA 10, but only 5 that are graded lower, there is not much of a premium.
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