Pokemon Jasmine's Steelix 032/141 Vs Set 1st Edition Holo Rare 2001 PSA 9. The description of this item has been automatically translated. Pokemon Jasmine's Steelix 032/141 VS Set 1st Edition Holo Rare 2001 PSA 9.Thanks for watching this item! Feel free to ask any questions. HOW WE DETERMINE CARDS CONDITION? Grading is not an exact science.
One person might consider a card to be still Near Mint while the next one thinks it is in Excellent condition. To some extent these conflicts are inevitable, but to help minimize the chance for misunderstandings we have put together a guide to help you understand our criteria for grading cards. MINT (M) A mint card is in perfect condition; no excuses.This means, that the front is in perfect condition, there are no scratches on the surface, and the surface is perfectly clean. For the back, it means, that the card is indistinguishable from the cards of a newly opened booster. A Near Mint card looks like it has never been played without sleeves. Small allowances can be made, but the card generally shows no wear.
The border of NM card can have small white spots, but they must be very few and very small. When the card is inspected under bright daylight, the surface must generally appear clean.
It can have a few minor spots, but scratches are never allowed for NM cards. For Excellent cards it is almost always clearly visible upon first inspection that the card is not in perfect condition. However, although the damage is clearly visible it is only of minor severity.Excellent cards usually have a couple of white spots at the corners or around the border. The surface may have minor scratches, which are visible upon closer inspection. Cards in Good condition usually show strong wear all around the card. The edges and corners have many white spots, the surface usually has scratches and the card usually has accumulated some dirt on its surface. However, the card still only has damage that stems from regular play. The card has no water damage or bends whatsoever. Light Played cards may have border or corner wear or even just slight scuffs or scratches.
There are no major defects such as folds, bends or issues with the structural integrity of the card. Played cards are in acceptable conditions. Condition can have border wear, corner wear, scratching or scuffing, creases or whitening or any combination of mild examples of these marks. Cards in poor condition are literally destroyed. Do you remember when Mum used to wash your jeans with your cards inside the pockets?
The edges and corners have many white spots, the surface usually has scratches and the card usually has accumulat.