Hmmm, that's interesting. Since its not a scratch that goes below the color, I'm wondering if it happened in card production or if the section used may not have had it from film production? You wouldn't be able to prove it either way, but if it existed in the piece before it went on the card, it wasn't damaged as a card, but dented as a suit.
Anyway, if the "flaws" are the first thing you see right in the center as you look at the card, then it is a distraction and a problem. However if you have to hold it up to the light and wiggle it around to see them and then it just bothers you because you know its there, there could be very little deduction taken off.
If it weren't something that I fixated on because it was so very obvious and distracting, I think I would just call the dents part of the section and not let it bother me. There doesn't seem to be anything I can detect in your scan.
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Jeez hope it dose not get cut up at that price it will be a flippers dream advertised properly This goes to show that the incorrect description of your cards will never get you a profit Anyone know how they were distributed
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Also, while I was at the store today, it occurred to me that these sheets might have been some of the prizes you could win if you scratched them. I think most of the prizes were just discounts off club membership.
Originally posted by David R: Jess can you please lift the image of the X Files sheet and post it before ebay takes it down ? Thanks
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