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Old 07-08-2018, 12:40 AM
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I would imagine the red option is to provide an option for factory signed cards to be guaranteed and be placed in registry as well.

The amount of fake autos they have slabbed in the past and fallen back on the " we are grading the card, DNA services need to be selected to analyze the auto" argument was absurd with some issues. I wouldn't trust any rookie premier autos they slabbed ever.
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Old 07-08-2018, 09:27 AM
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Unless it is Lefty Gomez or Ernie Lombardi, I think you're fine.

Most Zeenut collectors will recognize it for what it is, and but for a handful of stars, etc., there's a very small cohort of collectors that would pay a significant premium for an autographed Zeenut. Perhaps if the player passed away decades ago, but I'd leave it as is, as I take from your original message that you got it graded for your own collection vs. specific resale purposes.

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I would imagine a lot of autographs are on cards of no value or importance (TMCA, reprints, 1991 Donruss), so the blue option.
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Would like to see the card can you post a picture
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Will post a scan in a few days to see what people think.

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Old 07-11-2018, 03:34 PM
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Default "Trading card" designation by PSA

I recently found that out too when I sent 28 1941 Play Ball cards in and received that same designation. They charged me $10 each (plus another month of waiting) to redo the flips with 1941 Play Ball on it. Since then they've changed the website slightly to make it clearer but still easy to miss. I have been given numerous different answers by their customer service people. Regarding value, I think it does affect the amount you would receive selling it on ebay. I've paid less for cards labeled "Trading Card" a few times since.
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