Still a nice one.any seated dollar in any condition Is rare
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Had it happen on a genuine S 187 1797. Cracked from pcgs details holder conserved some. Sent back first tooled. Cracked again then authenticity...
I thought solid 63. The luster decent and I’m thinking the marks may be worse in pics. I bought one years ago with fairly dull luster I thought...
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I’d crack the details and leave the straight graded. Agree hopefully the details will gain a little skin
I was low. Not counting on strike. And looked more abraded luster to me than a 58, but not a series I am that knowledgeable in
Had a 1873 dime mis labeled open 3. But it was a 73 arrows which are all open 3. The no arrows open 3 much rarer than the closed 3
Clean. No major marks 64
Me. Long time member
Beautiful and I wouldn’t touch the old holder
Thanks for posting yeah. A fake that would fool a lot of people but not someone that knows the series. At least it’s silver
These are pretty good counterfeits except the 78-cc. The granular surface a easy tell Thanks for posting
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Well aware being a huge history nut. But not out there in so called modern history books
I love em both. A true type set has both a business strike and proof example. Here’s why...
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