A stunning example. Let's start with how hard it is to get a number grade on these. Hand cut cards that are so large, and have so many different places in the border where some child can decide to cut them, being cut this well are rare. While the cuts aren't quite perfect the amount of wobble is minimal. On to the grade. The fron is vibrant, crease and wear free but for some light corner wear. It looks EX no problem. Again no easy feat when dealing with fragile cardboard of this size. The back has typical box glue residue(remember when the liner bags were actually glued into the boxes and didn't just fall out when you tried to pour your cereal?) a few light spots of discoloration and possibly some minimal paper loss on the upper left corner. So for some minor damage to a blank back that nobody's ever going to look at you get this stunning Dizzy Dean at whatever a PSA 2 is going to bring these days. Of course that's the other thing. This is the ONLY PSA graded example of this card!