Toy Biz, 1995, Marvel Entertainment
Regular Uniform version (not the black uniform). Harder to find.
Note: shipping is higher due to increased weight of the Action Figure, increase cost at post office and extra packing materials.
Condition: Sealed in package and includes all accessories. Never opened. Right corner has some upturn and mild creasing. Stress Line on the front. Some curling of the cardboard but overall, it's in really good shape. See the pictures. Some of the grading criteria does not apply to this figure. In VF to VF+ condition.
Criteria based on the TGA point system. More info in the FAQ. Contact me if you have any questions or wish to see a more pictures as I am not a professional grader.
This score qualifies the item being graded into a fine to good category but, there are definite signs of wear. 80-85's are still looked at by collectors but are often substituted out of a collection once a higher scored MOC or loose figure is purchased. The card may have creasing which is more noticeable [any once crease or small grouping registering 1 1/2 inches or under]. There may also be minor price tag removal wear mark, edge wear or even slight corner lifting but, no tearing, major creasing, or hole punched of any sort.
There may be denting on the bubble/blister[not exceeding 2 inches in length], yellowing [of the slightest shade] or even top panel minor scratches but, no cracks, or factory seal lifting. Yellowing of any shade will be noted next to the averaged score on the label grade and on the report card grade with a "Y".
80-85’s are still very displayable but are not considered mint by TGA standards. 80-85's may have all of the above so called defects, or may only have one or two notable faults. Often times 80-85 with plus signs may have a perfect bubble [with a high grade of 90-95] however they may have a major crease on the card thus bringing there overall score down to an 80-85. See the report card grading sheet that comes standard with each TGA graded collectible to determine which of the three areas your item scored high in and which area brought their overall score down.
The enclosed figure may have slight color fading or minor overspray but, no major factory defects [cracks, paint removal or disconnected joints]. As you can see 80-85's often vary in condition and shelf wear. If the listed item is a loose but complete toy, then it’s clean but in played with or slightly worn condition [minor paint removal or joint loosening but, no missing or broken parts.