Definitely 1992P but it is not a FS :(
Yeap it is a fake and a very obvious one at that :(
Need better photos .. you may look at pcgs photograde site. This may help you
Seems our posts...
MS66 RD .. Rev. die polish marks take away a 67 for me, can't tell if this is a slight gash in the Obv under the Chin or a mark in plastic
Very nice photos thanks for sharing.
MS-64 Toned .. Maybe outside MS65 but think Check on Obv and Secondary Surface have to many Bag Marks to make 65.. Very Nice coin.
The reference photo by @spirityoda shows a great of display of differences of the two type nines (9) .. Notice on the Large Date the tail of the 9...
Both are large date for me the tail of the 9 is the key ... Look at the link provided by @MontCollector to help you better understand .. Small...
Very nice coin .. I think it is a MS65 with a nice strike
But it says Misprinted Nickle :)
My thought exactly .. why not MS60 or MS62 :) now that would have to be classified as creative thinking.
Thanks for the clarification ..
WoW I can hate to plead total ignorance.. but have been collecting coins for the last 50 years and would like to know why this is so collectable?...
After further review. I think I can see why this 1887 was graded ms63. If you look at the Obverse hi-res photo, zoom in to just show the lower...
WOW amazing .. would have thought it would be better than a 63. The grader must have not liked Toned Coins :)
This coin is a very good strike but IMO the Obverse has too much chatter to allow better than a MS63. The Reverse is definitely PL with very nice...
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