Sigs from Publisher and Yellow Label
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From your site, Note: In select instances, CGC may accept signed books directly from the signer/publisher if accompanied by the appropriate documentation, but generally the CGC Signature Series label will only be issued to books signed under the direct observation of a CGC representative.

Is there a list of these online that you would accept for yellow label?

For example, I have a sig from Stan Lee with a COA, if I submitted, would it get a yellow label?

 

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, thescoop01 said:

From your site, Note: In select instances, CGC may accept signed books directly from the signer/publisher if accompanied by the appropriate documentation, but generally the CGC Signature Series label will only be issued to books signed under the direct observation of a CGC representative.

Is there a list of these online that you would accept for yellow label?

For example, I have a sig from Stan Lee with a COA, if I submitted, would it get a yellow label?

 

 

 

 

No.  Key words are "directly from the signer/publisher." 

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22 hours ago, somewhereintexas said:
On ‎7‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 12:33 AM, thescoop01 said:

From your site, Note: In select instances, CGC may accept signed books directly from the signer/publisher if accompanied by the appropriate documentation, but generally the CGC Signature Series label will only be issued to books signed under the direct observation of a CGC representative.

Is there a list of these online that you would accept for yellow label?

For example, I have a sig from Stan Lee with a COA, if I submitted, would it get a yellow label?

 

 

 

 

No.  Key words are "directly from the signer/publisher." 

Actually, I'm not sure you're correct.

  I think that if the OP IS the publisher (or possibly works for the publisher), AND Stan signed the book at a private signing AND the book never left the possession of the publisher, AND it was a pre-approved CGC SS opportunity, AND there was a good reason the book hasn't been submitted to CGC yet, AND you had some type of NOTRIZED statement saying all the stuff above,  then there's a CHANCE it might get a yellow label.

But that has nothing to do with a COA, those are worth nothing to CGC.

 

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