Jungle Complete Set | 1st Editions | 64/64 | 1999 | WOTC | Vintage | Pokémon TCG For Sale
Jungle Complete Set | 1st Editions | 64/64 | 1999 | WOTC | Vintage | Pokémon TCG:
Jungle Complete Set | 1st Editions |64/64 | 1999 |WOTC| Vintage |Pokémon TCG
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CARD RARITY SYMBOL GUIDE
CARD CONDITION GUIDE
Cards in Near Mint (NM) condition show minimal to no wear from shuffling, play or handling and can have a nearly unmarked surface, crisp corners and unblemished edges outside of a few minimal flaws. A Near Mint card may have a tiny edge nick or a few scratches, but overall look nearly unplayed with no significant defects or flaws. Theacceptable range of cards within the Near Mint condition includes cards with no imperfections and a few minor imperfections.
Cards in Lightly Played (LP) condition may have minor border or corner wear or slight scuffs or scratches. There are no significant defects such as liquid damage, bends or issues with the structural integrity of the card. Noticeable imperfections are okay, but none should be too severe or at too high a volume. Theacceptable range of cards within the Lightly Played condition includes both cards with a handful of minor imperfections and those with a few more noticeable imperfections.
Cards in Moderately Played (MP) condition can have border wear, corner wear, scratching or scuffing, creases or whitening, or mild examples of these marks.A Moderately Played card may have some form of a more major marking, such as creasing that doesnʼt affect card integrity, but not in combination with other issues such as scratches, scuffs or border/edge wear and not impacting a large area of the card.
Cards in Heavily Played (HP) condition show severe wear. HP cards can have one small instance of missing ink (such as if something is stuck to a card, then removed and pulls away part of the card), significant creasing, whitening and border wear if the card can still be sleeve playable. Cards with less than 30% of the surface being liquid damaged are typically accepted but may be considered Damaged if especially detrimental.
Cards in Damaged condition can exhibit a tear, bend or crease that may make the card illegal for tournament play, even in a sleeve. If more than 30% of the card is damaged by liquid, it\'s considered Damaged. Cards in Damaged condition may have extreme border wear, extreme corner wear, heavy scratching or scuffing, folds, creases or tears or other damages that impact the structural integrity of the card. No one likes to receive a card covered in a foreign substance, such as food, liquid or other material.