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This is doubled die obverse # 2.
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Just purchased these two. Something in my head is telling me the coloring might be questionable but what do you all say?[IMG][IMG][IMG][IMG]
Not sure if this is the circulation, prooflike or matte proof strike. Any ideas?
Of the four graded by NGC the top three are tied at AU55. Think this has a chance of tying/beating that?[IMG]
I'd say a 63-64 only because of the two minor scratches on the reverse. What are your opinions?
I recently obtained one and see they're listed as proof only strikes. I've also read that there were circulation issues minted as well.
I'd say its an MS64. Pretty sure the nick marks on the reverse would be considered "distracting marks" by PCGS and keep it from MS65.
I just made a spreadsheet to track my Washington collection, and including regular business strikes, proofs and silver proofs there are, as of the...
Except for the steels, I think I did ok.
Not sure if it is or not. Opinions?
About 10 - 15 degrees. Opinions?
What does everyone think?
Does anyone know the acceptable masses for Kennedy's (90 and 40%), silver Roosevelt's and silver Washingtons? I'm picking some up tomorrow off...
Was pleasently surprised by the 1868.
First of all, I hate Ike's: there are way too many things to keep track of for such a short series. That being said, a friend of mine showed me...
The S mintmark looks fishy to me. Anyone else agree?
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