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    Magic: The Gathering Beta Edition Time Walk BGS 9.5 (Wizards of the Coast 1993). An almost pristine copy of Magic the Gathering Beta edition Time Walk. Beta was the second set for Magic the Gathering, with a print run of only 3200 rares. The set corrected some of the errors in Alpha and added a few new cards. This particular card is just one subgrade short of Pristine. It is graded by BGS and is considered GEM MINT on their grading scale, with the centering and surface pulling a full 10 and the edges and corners receiving a 9.5. A total of five Beta Time Walk cards have similar subgrades, and only five are graded higher. Part of the "Power 9", this card is phenomenal, and is a full half grade higher than our last offering in February.

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    May, 2019
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 21
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