@Skyman That New Rochelle is stunning. I have one but right now I am wishing mine was half as pretty as yours. What is your coin's grade?
Here is a Pilgrim I own. It's MS67.
@orifdoc Those coins are PRETTY!!!!!
I do not know about anyone else, but I have found it difficult to locate Boones that are nicely toned. This has kept me from finishing my set of...
Here is my Albany. It's graded MS 67+. Thankfully the fingerprint on the obverse is not too noticeable in hand.
The second opinions were pretty much the same as the first...
Funny also that the OP had an identical post over on the CU boards. Wonder why ...
Obviously I am biased to like my coins, if for no other reason I spent my money to buy them. :) But here is another I like, a 1937-D Oregon trail,...
ksparrow, how did the coin look after the PVC was removed? Did the removal affect the (pretty) toning at all?
And here is my Hawaiian, an MS 66+.[ATTACH]
I am working on a complete set of the classic commemoratives. Here is my 1935-S Arkansas. It is an MS 67.[ATTACH]
calcol: Thanks for the link. I'll check it out because it sure looks interesting.
Calcol: You should watch the video. It contradicts some of the things you say. Plus it is fascinating!
Fascinating video. I am a member of the ANS but did not know about this video, so thanks VERY much to NSP for posting it.
I think a similar video...
The easiest way for me (and I suspect for the op) to tell if a 1964 cent is SMS or not is to read what the slab says.
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