Loc: Top of the 1959 Registry
Posted to show that centering is not the "end-all to be-all" in sportscard collecting. Both KRB and SMtJoy correctly point out the coloring advantage the 88 has over the 92. When coupled with the slight focus/register improvement of the 88 over the 92, those features outdistance the centering advantage of the 92, the corners being virtually identical.
To the untrained eye or casual observer, either card is fine for the grade and a half-grade difference is merely a distinction without a significant difference in this case. The cards could be switched in the two holders and few would gripe about it.
Interesting that those who voted, it was 3-3 with just the raw scans to view.