Here are the 10 cards in consecutive order around the Susce card. Pretty consistent grades. (These are the only cards from those four years in sequence.)|
20250784 1957 TOPPS WALLY MOON MINT 9
20250785 1957 TOPPS BOB LEMON NEAR MINT-MINT 8
20250786 1957 TOPPS WARREN HACKER NEAR MINT-MINT 8
20250787 1958 TOPPS VERNON LAW NEAR MINT-MINT 8
20250788 1958 TOPPS GEORGE SUSCE NEAR MINT-MINT 8
20250789 1958 TOPPS WALT DROPO NEAR MINT-MINT 8
20250790 1958 TOPPS DON FERRARESE NEAR MINT-MINT 8
20250791 1959 TOPPS ED BAILEY NEAR MINT-MINT 8
20250792 1959 TOPPS BOB SKINNER NEAR MINT-MINT 8
20250793 1959 TOPPS ROY CAMPANELLA SYMBOL OF COURAGE NEAR MINT-MINT 8
20250794 1960 TOPPS COOKIE LAVAGETTO NEAR MINT-MINT 8
As for the Susce, the centering is pretty good, 55/45 or better. The coloring and focus is outstanding, except maybe for the top of the name plate (yellow) at the bottom. There are no fish-eyes. It appears to have nice gloss. None of the corners appear bent or even dinged. Rounding is a word of degrees. The larger the scan, the more "rounding" becomes evident. With that large of a scan, it clearly is not a 9 or 8.5. Most amateur graders only look at centering and corners. There are a number of other qualities a TPG looks at that can't be ascertained in a two-dimensional scan. That was my point in posting the 1959 Drysdale-SGC 88. If the scan doesn't measure up to your standards and you can't examine it raw, then pass. If you buy it anyway, you'll just be wasting your money and be disappointed. You'll end up upgrading again someday.
As far as what it might cross to, I can't begin to guess. My last sub was graded in May.
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