I still see this being said on ebay and by dealers once in a while when claiming a OGH coin is DMPL or PL.
I know they are wrong and here is some proof:
That photo is a like an entire slab education course: Rattlers, Doilies, OGH's. You even have a coin with one of the gaskets that turned that lime green color. Thanks for posting this Todd. It is so refreshing to be able to read and respond to a thread that is actually about coins again.
This one resides in an " OGH " and is graded PCGS MS64 DMPL
That is quite a set, Todd. It looks to me like you have two of the lime green gaskets.....top row, 2nd from left and bottom row, 3rd from left.
I never can under stand why some people (not just coin dealers) have to lie when they're just plain stupid.
Very nice Morgans. I agree completely--I have many that have PL and DMPL designations on OGH slabs. Some dealers would have you believe that their coins are just "not labeled." Guess what? No designation, no PL or DMPL?
Maybe it is a heavy modification of the fact that they did not designate Cameo or Deep Cameo on proof coins in the rattler era.
Ethan-That random kid from
very nice collection and I hear you on that, I hate when you type MS-63PL on Ebay and slabs will come up that don't have the designation on the label, I mean it's either PL/DMPL or not (learn how to use a ruler lol).