Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by BlackberryPie, Jul 7, 2020.
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Many (most?) are very baggy and grade at -61 or -62.
Yours appears better.
I think that the piece probably grades somewhere around MS-62 or 63 depending up how the luster comes up through the toning.
That is so cool. Always wondered why they were simply marked uncirculated ... Thought perhaps that was all the client paid for.
Makes sense. Since the wife and I didn't really start learning about coins and grading till the 90's. I know we went to the FUN convention in 1991, as we were able to get one of the signed / numbered intaglio prints. Still hanging on the wall with the matching commemorative coins from that year, and the printer's business card.
Sorry getting off track, guess the point was that at that time there were lots of different coin grading services, so we really never knew a time when there weren't.
Thanks so much... always learning.
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