Card Condition Definitions

Card Condition Guide:

Near Mint to Mint (NM-Mint) = NM - Mint condition cards may have a few minor imperfections such as nicks on edges or light scratches. Many times, our NM-Mint cards are in pack fresh condition but sometimes they aren't. If you're a super picky collector, we highly recommend buying PSA and Beckett (BGS) professionally graded cards. (these of which we may be able to source for you so please ask) We are also happy to send pictures of the front and back of any card in question. Please feel free to ask. 

Regarding FOIL cards: Foil cards can display a few minor imperfections such as scratches, clouding, or noticeable marks. The acceptable range of cards within the Near Mint Foil condition include both cards with no imperfections and cards with a few minor imperfections.

Lightly Played (LP) = A card in this condition has several imperfections such as nicks, minor scuffing, edge wear, clouding and/or light scratches.

Moderately Played (MP) = A card in this condition has noticeable play wear including edge wear, nicks, scratches, clouding, and/or scuffs.

Heavy Played (HP) = A Heavy Played card is damaged in a way that could make it unplayable in tournaments, even in a sleeve. This damage may include heavy wear, creases, dents, scratches, bends, scuffs, inking, water damage, clouding and/or other types of damage.

Damaged (DMG) = A Damaged card is damaged in a way that most likely is unplayable in tournaments, even in a sleeve. This damage may include heavy wear, creases, dents, scratches, bends, scuffs, tears, inking, water damage and/or other types of damage.