I’ll call this one tomorrow
Take your first impression, add a point, divide by two, take the square root, multiply by zero, and start all over. :p
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People know how hard it is to find a nicely struck 1904-O, so I'm not surprised that the buyers were happy.
New Orleans definitely isn't known for great strikes. The luster is at times also lacking on these. But there are some dates with nice color (like...
As far as I know, the slab is clean (I've seen a video of the coin but it isn't mine).
As far as the real answer, I doubt it exists as the grading companies probably don't want to release any info about how the slabs are made (in...
I don't think so.
Please guess the grade and use the attached poll (can choose one or two options, the second being if you think it has a plus).
66 ...might even be semi-pl enough for a star but hard to say based on the seller's photos (and the spots look a bit distracting)
With this coin I agree that the color didn't bump the grade. And yes marks on their own don't always limit the grade. Although it does still...
It depends on the series, but the last 25 years have seen big changes. I track hundreds of Morgans every month and there is a noticeable...
Technically the coin wasn't graded using current standards. It has been in that holder since at least 2007.
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