An English Guide To Baseball Cards From Japan
Not only does this guy sell his homemade custom cards as "authentic" (whatever that means for a DIY card printed at one's house), but they're even "graded" by a fake grading company. Looking at some of his other auctions, he didnn't even bother to cut some of them to the dimensions of the holder, so they're crooked, but still GM-MT 10!How could they not be? Ding a corner? Just shave another couple mm off and it's GM-MT 10! again.
Yeah, I thought having the cards graded was a nice touch too. If you're going to try to swindle someone with a fake card, you might as well go all out.
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