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Old 03-23-2021, 05:34 PM
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I graded these at the National show in Baltimore years back. For the life of me cannot figure out why one is given a 7 and the other trimmed. They look identical. Could be a different grader even though the cert is one digit apart. Sorry the scans are bad so I apologize.
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The borders are so narrow on these it's hard to tell sometimes. Might get a different result if you bust and resubmit.
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I graded these at the National show in Baltimore years back. For the life of me cannot figure out why one is given a 7 and the other trimmed. They look identical. Could be a different grader even though the cert is one digit apart. Sorry the scans are bad so I apologize.
Look at the edges under magnification and chances are you will see the edge(s) that are trimmed.
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