Nice cards, guys. I wouldn't consider the Ewing card O/C, but that's just my opinion. As far as the Mays goes, I had to really look twice to see it. I guess I notice L/R centering first and I didn't see anything wrong with it upon first glance. Then I looked T/B and I see what you're talking about. If I have to pick a card that is O/C, I would prefer it to be T/B rather than L/R.|
I don't see anything wrong with the Young, maybe it's just me. The Baker card is not cut right, not really O/C. I've noticed that a lot of E90-1 are cut short and that one definitely is L/R (on the left border).
I would love to own any of those cards.
Collecting 1965 Topps High #'s SGC 88 or better: 10/91
BUYING Well Centered:
1956 Topps SGC 84 or Better (or raw equivalent)
1965 Topps SGC 88 or Better (or raw equivalent)