Soft-Grading Certification FOR SEALED RECORDS
Soft-grading certification for sealed records is a grading process that involves evaluating the condition of a record without breaking its seal or removing it from its original packaging. This is typically done using a combination of visual inspection and playtesting, which can provide an accurate assessment of the record’s condition and potential value.
Soft-grading certification services for sealed records are typically offered by professional grading companies, such as the following:
- Our grading service that specializes in vinyl records, and they offer soft-grading certification for sealed records. Their process involves evaluating the record’s packaging, such as the shrinkwrap and cover, and performing a visual inspection to look for any defects or damage. They also use specialized equipment to playtest the record without breaking its seal. Prices for our services vary depending on the value of the record being graded.
- The grading service that offers soft-grading certification for sealed records. Our process involves using a combination of visual inspection and playtesting to evaluate the record’s condition and potential value. They also provide a detailed report that includes photos and a grading certificate. Prices start at $100.
- Grading services offers soft-grading certification for sealed records, as well as for records that have been opened and played. Their process involves a visual inspection of the record’s packaging, as well as a playtest using specialized equipment. They also provide a detailed report that includes photos and a grading certificate. Prices for Mint Record Grading’s services vary depending on the value of the record being graded.
It’s important to research each grading service and compare their offerings and reputation before deciding which one to use. Additionally, it’s important to note that soft-grading certification may not be as precise as traditional grading methods that involve removing the record from its packaging.