dealer (with the highest possible grading credentials in the industry) has posted that ICG cannot grade toned silver eagles. NUTS! Colorful toning adds to a coin's eye appeal. In an attempt to show it also causes an increase in desirability - thus value - for many collectors; terrific toning can raise a coin's grade. Unfortunately, many folks let colorful toning totally obscure the actual condition of the coin's surface with regard to ACTUAL DAMAGE and other marks more commonly associated with these coins. The most egregious example of this phenomenon I've seen occurred with a US Gold coin. So once again, I'll warn you: TONING CAN HIDE SURFACE PROBLEMS.