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FOIL Lord of the Void, Gatecrash, NM condition (see grading chart below).
These are extras from my collection--I promised a very understanding wife that going forward I will never keep more than a playset of anything. I have a bit of an addiction and buy booster boxes and collections pretty frequently, so new cards will be appearing daily.
GRADING CHART: MINT: perfect card--I won't use this rating unless I put it straight from the pack to a protector myself, and even then some pack cards aren't Mint (unplayed, good print, well-centered). NEAR MINT (NM): card looks unplayed to any but the pickiest grader. VERY FINE/NM (VF/NM): card has one or two very small nicks on one edge or a very small mark on a face. Usually a card played in sleeves or perhaps never played but stored unsleeved in a card box. VERY FINE (VF): very light play evident. FINE (F): card is played but not heavily, some edgewear is evident. VERY GOOD (VG): card is pretty heavily played on edges and may have a little bit of face scuffing. you will probably want to use a sleeve to conceal marks. GOOD (G): card is heavily played with heavy whitening on the edges and scuffing on the faces--playable only in a sleeve. POOR (P): everything else. The card can only be played in a sleeve and is very heavily played with very heavy edge wear and bad scuffing on faces, and/or a bend, crease or tear.