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What does a Beckett Graded card look like?

Updated on July 3, 2016

The difference with Beckett Grading versus other grading services, such as PSA, is that they have sub-grading. Sub grading help further evaluate the quality of the card that is being graded.

Personally, I would prefer to have a card that is sub-graded, because I can see which sub-grades are important to me. Personally, the corners and edges is the most important in my opinion.

Beckett grades on the following criteria for the card:

  • Centering
  • Corners
  • Edges
  • Surface

Then, from those sub-grades, they come up with a Final Grade.

Check out the video, below to see an example, up close to a graded card that has been graded through Beckett Grading service.

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