because the position of the light has been changed in relation to the coin. Request. Please, please only vote without leaving any comments so that everyone has a chance to think this out for themselves first. We'll discuss the answer tonight. Additionally, since this topic is covered in Coin Grading Nursery School, it would be very helpful if all the high school & college level numismatic graduates don't post until later today so others get to work it out for themselves and don't just vote with the majority. Brain Teaser Question: Looking at the obverse of the coin straight on, in what position must the light come from to best see the hairline scratch down the face? Disregard other marks on the coin for your answer.