Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by coins776, Jul 19, 2016.

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  3. charlietig

    charlietig Well-Known Member

    I hate being first... but oh well..... I'll say 63
  4. smarch

    smarch Active Member

    The only thing worse is being second, 'cause I gotta explain why. Guessing 62 light strike field marks, does that sound like I know what I'm talking about? Because I don't. Thanks for your indulgence.
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  5. charlietig

    charlietig Well-Known Member

    Fooled me ya did :)
  6. ddddd

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    Something about it looks like it might have been cleaned or over dipped.
    It could be UNC Details...otherwise MS 62
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  7. dwhiz

    dwhiz Collector Supporter

    Wow that's what I thought when I saw it
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  10. ddddd

    ddddd Member

    You know what they say...great minds think alike!
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  11. jwitten

    jwitten Well-Known Member

    AU details, cleaned
  12. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Typical weak strike for the coin. No real signs of wear but a few dark spots and those small bag marks hold it back. MS-62, maybe 63 on a good day. :)
  13. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

    AU details. Her face looks like it was worked on. Not sure of the right word. Smoothed maybe.
  14. Vroomer2

    Vroomer2 Active Member

    Going with over dipped. MS Details Cleaned
  15. chascat

    chascat Well-Known Member

    58-60 slider
  16. murty

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  17. mgmgmg75

    mgmgmg75 Active Member

    OK, completely off the subject, but why is there a V in TRVST? I know a V is a U in Romen or Latin. But why in an English motto? WE use a U on US currency. Sorry, for the rant, but it's been buggin me for years!!
  18. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    This is one of the most frequently asked questions about United States coins. All Peace Dollars (1921-1935) use the Deco stylized Roman “V” (U) which looks like the English “V”. This was a common style of the time and can be found on buildings as well as coins.

    It's a stylistic consideration, not a Mint error.
  19. Mike Thorne

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  20. SuperDave

    SuperDave Free the Cartwheels!

    I bet he doesn't like 3CN's, V Nickels or HR St Gaudens either. :p

    The coin shown here is lightly circulated, IMO, and I don't think there's a chance the surfaces are original. There are hints on both obverse and reverse as to what was forcibly and chemically removed from the surfaces.
  21. Santinidollar

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    I believe I see exactly what Dave is talking about. AU Details. I'll be curious to see how this one comes out.
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