Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Morgandude11, Sep 12, 2020.
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Not sure I would give that coin a MS65, but guess pcgs would, and I’m not a professional grader.
Thanks for sharing.
EDIT: It looks reasonable in TrueView, so maybe just bad pics.
@Zohar444 your MS67 looks the grade! Nice!
My photography is far from the best. Looks much more like the TruView in hand. It isn’t all beat up—typical 65 contact marks, and some toning.
Israel 500 Prutah 5709 (AD 1949)
Silver, 37 mm, 24.94 gm
According to the Numista website these coins were not placed into circulation.
Would that make them Non-Circulating Legal Tender (NCLT) coins?
I think the spotting on the reverse was showing up much more pronounced in your photos than in the PCGS photos. It almost looks like pitting in your images - which is what I was seeing. All good - I wasn't ragging on your photos.
No you were cool—I think my coin photography is marginal. I have been working on it, but there is still a long way to go. Thanks for the TruView.
@Zohar444 . Zohar, did you have a high grade PCGS example at one time?
Hi @mrbreeze - I had 3 MS-67s (2 NGC, 1 PCGS), kept one.
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