Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Mark Metzger, Jun 3, 2022.
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Were it not in a GSA holder, and submitted raw, it would have been detailed, for post mint contact that is excessive.
Agree with you. Makes you wonder if it was considered for a soft pack. Right?
My first thought. You read my mind.
I generally consider an MS 60 grade should only be used when describing a coin that is technically Uncirculated but is a problem coin. A MS 60 coin could be ugly, stained, heavy bag marks, fingerprints, scratched etc. There is no reason to assign a details grade because calling a coin MS 60 is a details grade. That 85 CC deserves a grade better than MS 60. It's not that bad, a little banged up but still OK.
63 and 60
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