I bought this one on Ebay. The seller said it looked like dirt or a paw print. It looks like someone thumbed the comic while the ink was still wet. It's a fingerprint(s) that's in the comic itself. Does this get it a "qualified" grade? How does this work?
I've actually been buying defective books on purpose. I can't find a restored book cheap enough to buy to hone my skills while working with these black lights I have. First thing I found was that all new lenses are UV blocked. Second is that all newer DSLRs have a UV screen in front of the CCD. A 1/60th exposure, reciprocity, all these UV barriers make that same photo a 3 second exposure.
I'm still working on mastering UV photography. It's still rough.
Is this a production flaw?
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If there never was a top staple from the time of manufacture on a comic,no staple holes.Would that get a qualified label or be considered a production related flaw and come back a blue label?
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