Here is a general guide to our Box grading system:
Mint (M – 9-10) Minty Fresh. May have 1 or 2 very minor flaws only seen on close inspection.
Near Mint – (NM – 8-9) Box is still in great shape, may have a few minor flaws and ware but still in a overall great shape.
Good – (G – 6-8) Damage is becoming more noticeable but still looks good. A few moderate flaws will be present or 1 major flaw on the whole box.
Damaged - (D – 4-6) A few Moderate flaws and 1-2 major flaws. Presentation of the box is certainly compromised but not quite ready for OOB. May still look presentable in a protector.
Out Of Box – (OOB – 4 & below) Does this pop really need a box at this stage? In our opinion, NO!
Please Note: Some things we don’t take into consideration when grading pops factory flaws including rounded windows instead of straight fold, retailer stickers applied in the wrong place, paint blemishes on the pop itself or on the box, any damage resulted from factory folds.
We try to grade our pops the best we can.
Everyone obviously isn’t going to see things the same. Older/second-hand collectibles can have wear or damage that can’t be helped. Sometimes we can miss or overlook something, but we always try to note everything and place the Piece its correct grade. If you receive an order and you are unhappy, please reach out to us on our Facebook page and we will do our best to make thing right. We want you to be happy.
We ask that you check pictures and read the description on products, if you want more pictures, please feel free to reach out to us. We really do try our best but remember this is only our opinion. We always try to be consistent When it comes to grading.
Examples of common wear and damage: