Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by GUNNER63736, Sep 25, 2021.
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Great price too. Nice find. (can I praise this anymore than I already did?)
Praise it all you want. Makes me feel good about my purchase.
I was alive when they were still minting the Franklin. But Now all I will see is Alfred Hitchcock when I look at these..
To me, it looks like he was a candidate for a lobotomy, but the doctors changed their minds.
Sucked me right in too.
Satiny, sometimes Matte, but grainy appearance.
Sort of half way between a Specimen and Proof, when the TPGs don't know what else to label it, without starting a numismatic war.
Thanks Charley for the answer on the SP. Never to old to learn.
I can hear him say in his unique voice, "Good evening"...
You are very welcome. I should have mentioned that the designation is somewhat different in the description PCGS vs. NGC applies to SP, but there is no difference really, and my answer is the combo hybrid of both definitions.
As to my comment concerning numismatic war, there have been, with "experts" lining up behind opposite stone walls to fire a musket, depending on which TPG is getting all the attention and wampum. There are 2 pieces that I know still have a firefight going on. every time somebody states it is a SP someone else responds with a PS as to why it isn't.
Gotta be special something cuz it’s a d and it’s silver
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