Most images on this site were shot with 35mm film and then scanned with a high-resolution scanner which scanned edge to edge. So you’ll see some images show the sprocket holes which is a common display choice for prints from film.
But it is not an essential choice.
1. If the print has sprocket holes and you wish to remove them, just have the overmat a bit smaller so that the sprocket holes are hidden.
2. If you aren’t going to use an “over-mat” then ask the framer to cut the sprocket holes off the print.
3. Another option is to ask me to print it without the sprocket holes. This is simple to do. And remember, not all prints have sprocket holes.