Grading Definitions
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  • Administrator

Good morning,

Thanks for your message.  The phrase, "previously mounted," is used with notes that have visible residue or damage from adhesive or mounting to another service (such as cardstock or a picture frame, etc.)

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Yes, it can.  It lost the EPQ designation because of the previously mounted comment but the grade can still be a regular 64 without the EPQ.

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