Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by TypeCoin971793, May 17, 2018 at 9:44 PM.
The holder is really scuffed up. :/ Care to VAM @jtlee321 @Cascade ?
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No major bag marks, but lots of tiny ones. They may have given this a 65, but I'd say 64+
MS 64 (with a chance of a 64+/65)...I would basically echo the comments of C-B-D for the reasoning behind the grade.
However, I'm almost certain it's not a top 4 holder....so....
NTC grade: MS 66 (my guess of the holder)
‘Tis NGC, sorry
I would guess MS-64 and as far as the VAM it's really tough to see the PUPS on it. But I would guess the VAM-15a?
Merit 63 but, possibly in a 65 Holder.
I'll exclude myself as I considered purchasing this one.
A very nice 64 IMO and knowing the explosion in price at 65 a well bought coin
I grade it 63, but its possibly in a 64 slab.
Well dang, in that pic it looks circulated! Must be lacking luster.
The luster is fairly strong. The lighting for that picture was really poor. It is hard to tell since the slab is so scuffed up, but I think there are some hairlines, which is why it graded MS-61.
This is a sorta interesting date, and they grade it a little goofy I believe. I've seen several 63 and 64s, that look virtually the same. I own a 63.
I thought I saw the green tint of NTC, but alas it was not.
Looks better than a 61 to me...maybe a bit net graded due to the hairlines that you mentioned.
I thought this was the pick of the litter being offered. Nice catch!
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