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Thread: DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

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    DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

    Hi
    Is there someone who can provide a picture of a 12 back style "C" card with this kind of sealed bubble??
    In this case, the bubble was sealed with a heat-matrix bigger than the bubble...
    The result is that the bubble is only sealed by the extreme edge.

    Darth Vader figure is prefered but any 12 back caracters are welcome.

    Thank you,
    GK

    [ 06-04-2003, 06:07 AM: Message edited by: Gatekeeper ]
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    Re: DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

    I don't know if this will help, but it's the best I can do. The Leia bubble definitely looks like it has less actual surface area glued down than the other two.

    [IMG]http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0RwDeAkcWZDSrpb2mUCVxD37NN1uqD!jMfBM6E*8!ZGkw6n4sz sO3GepBHzELFD9IzYOd8f1kFkI9Ev!fsVyZYQS1YLu*wMxLJ4t b*QqdEJE/bubbles.jpg[/IMG]

    Vader 12A
    C-3PO 12B
    Leia 12C

    P.S. You don't have to offer anything to get help on this forum. I (and I believe everyone else) are glad to help out fellow collectors when/if we can. It's fun, [IMG]images/icons/wink.gif[/IMG] photoshopping pics is the closest thing to "playing" with a carded figure that I can do. [IMG]images/icons/grin.gif[/IMG]

    [ 06-03-2003, 08:25 PM: Message edited by: jedicecil ]

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    Re: DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

    Originally posted by jedicecil:
    I don't know if this will help, but it's the best I can do. The Leia bubble definitely looks like it has less actual surface area glued down than the other two.

    [IMG]http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0RwDeAkcWZDSrpb2mUCVxD37NN1uqD!jMfBM6E*8!ZGkw6n4sz sO3GepBHzELFD9IzYOd8f1kFkI9Ev!fsVyZYQS1YLu*wMxLJ4t b*QqdEJE/bubbles.jpg[/IMG]

    Vader 12A
    C-3PO 12B
    Leia 12C

    P.S. You don't have to offer anything to get help on this forum. I (and I believe everyone else) are glad to help out fellow collectors when/if we can. It's fun, [IMG]images/icons/wink.gif[/IMG] photoshopping pics is the closest thing to "playing" with a carded figure that I can do. [IMG]images/icons/grin.gif[/IMG]
    <font size="2" face="arial">Thank you Jedicecil, your Leia seems to be sealed the same way...
    It appears that those kind of sealing were used on "C" style cards.

    Do someone else have a Darth Vader with the same kind of sealed bubble???
    Please, HELP....

    GK

    [ 06-04-2003, 06:17 AM: Message edited by: Gatekeeper ]
    User #1294
    ***2002-2012 - My First 10 Years of RS***

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    Re: DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

    Maybe a few of the connected forum members can advise AFA. [IMG]images/icons/wink.gif[/IMG]
    You can take the man out of collecting but you can never take the collecting out of the man.

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    Re: DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

    Thank you Tom (CloudCity Collectible) for you highlights...



    GK

    [ 06-21-2003, 08:49 AM: Message edited by: Gatekeeper ]
    User #1294
    ***2002-2012 - My First 10 Years of RS***

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    Re: DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

    That's a crackin' piece Gatekeeper...Yours?

    Are the AFA refusing to grade it because of the seal??? I've seen many a seal like that of cards that I KNOW are not re-seals.

    Just my 0.047...

    [IMG]images/icons/smile.gif[/IMG]

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    Re: DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

    GK,

    That's one sweet looking DT Vader

    Sean

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    Re: DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

    Originally posted by ReValveiT™:
    That's a crackin' piece Gatekeeper...Yours?

    Are the AFA refusing to grade it because of the seal??? I've seen many a seal like that of cards that I KNOW are not re-seals.

    Just my 0.047...

    [IMG]images/icons/smile.gif[/IMG]
    <font size="2" face="arial">Well, it's almost mine... The sale is pending because AFA founds microscopic tears and micoscopic particles residue inside the bubble...
    This may be due to age or other factors but not reseal job. AFA just says it's better not to grade it and wait a bit more time before sending again to them.
    GK
    User #1294
    ***2002-2012 - My First 10 Years of RS***

    Former Gatekeeper

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    Re: DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

    Best way to find out is AFA...
    [IMG]images/icons/wink.gif[/IMG]

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    Re: DT Darth Vader 12 back "C" style question...

    Originally posted by Peter Mittag:
    Best way to find out is AFA...
    [IMG]images/icons/wink.gif[/IMG]
    <font size="2" face="arial">To find out what???
    They are unable to tell if it is a real or a fake...
    They can NOT prove the bubble was resealed.
    GK
    User #1294
    ***2002-2012 - My First 10 Years of RS***

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