I don't consider the front of the card to be miscut. Maybe the back is? I had a 1964 Tom Haller that was near perfect and centered on the back about like your Ryan. Some border showed, even if it was just a sliver. PSA graded it 8-mc. I took it to the National a couple years ago and showed it to the PSA people, who took it back to the grader. All I wanted was an explanation. About 10 minutes later the card came back re-slabbed a straight 8. No charge.|
I'd recommend cracking the Ryan and subbing it to SGC. As long as there is border front and back and no part of another card is showing, I think you could get a 7-84 with a small chance for an upgrade to 86. Could go lower, too. That's the chance you take. Can't be worse than a 8-mc can it?
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