Fast is an understatement! 15 Days!
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CSG has my business when it comes to grading for three reasons. 1. They have bay far the best looking slabs, especially after the label change that was a distraction. 2. They are priced appropriately from bulk to walkthrough, eve with what I would assume was an inflationary price increase. 3. There turnaround time is beyond fast. I have an economy order arrive 05/27 and it will be back in hand on Saturday 06/11. For those counting, that is 15 days period! Thank you CSG AND that is the reason my first bulk order arrived in Sarasota today 06/08. 50 cards! When will the hobby see that having your cards at a grading company for 90-120 days now or over a year if you are in The backlog is silly. 

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On 6/9/2022 at 12:18 AM, oluckydayo said:

Good luck with your bulk sub.  I had a 54 card order go from received to shipped in 15 days, expected to be back tomorrow for a turnaround of 3 weeks.  Capacity seems to be under control right now.

Yes I have been very impressed with their accurate and fast service. This will be the first times I really look toward selling their new slabs. What has been your experience?

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On 6/9/2022 at 8:26 AM, The_Reverend283 said:

Yes I have been very impressed with their accurate and fast service. This will be the first times I really look toward selling their new slabs. What has been your experience?

If you can I would hold off selling right now. Their still a new company so you won’t get top dollar, but I’m seeing more and more CSG slabs at shows so their growing. 

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On 6/11/2022 at 10:29 AM, Karl_Racki said:

If you can I would hold off selling right now. Their still a new company so you won’t get top dollar, but I’m seeing more and more CSG slabs at shows so their growing. 

I definitely am not selling currently. I am able to wait for them to be accepted. 

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On 6/11/2022 at 8:31 PM, northkorea said:

For what it's worth, CSG 7.5 Tembec sold for $750 USD on eBay in May. Raw comps are $300 CAD, so for actually rare things that need to be authenticated, CSG has a market.

yea its very card specific, if the card is right i think csg grading is trusted enough for collectors to spring for a decent price, high priced vintage and rare cards csg gets great value on its a start ha a csg 10 is a sharp card the gems do pretty good 

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I received my 50 card bulk back and turned a $1,500 profit, keeping 4 CSG 10’s for when the market strengthens, including a CSG Matthew Stafford Topps chrome RC, Topps Teaded Miggy, pujols Gold Thunder Alley /25 and Topps Traded Trout. I can wait and do much better down the line on those and increase my ROI total. 

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