How does PSA Review Hand Cut Cards? Berk Ross W512s Sweedish Rekord
I have several new cards to be graded that are hand cut - some from the 1920s, 30s, and 60s. I am curious how PSA treats handcut cards with respect to their borders. Some cards have lots of margin cut around the cards while others are cut right at the border line. Is it better to leave lots of border or does PSA want to see right up to a defined border line cut?
Here are some real-world examples with questions...
This one is currently uncut - how far around the border should be cut?
This one still has perforations that could be removed. Should they be?
A card like Berk Ross - where it's a double... what's the highest grade PSA will give for a single from the double?