Surely the answer is 'no' but we're going to take a spin at it anyways. I was at the LCS today and saw a 1940 PF Washington quarter for sale. It's raw, non-cameo and in really nice condition. Unfortunately I have no idea how to grade it. My best guess is it's mid-grade, maybe 64-65. Couple of issues with it - 1) it's slightly hazy. Not bad, but a little hazy. I think this is fairly normal and potentially correctable with an acetone bath or something. 2) With the loupe out I can see a carbon spot (I think) on the 4 in the date. Not really visible immediately with the named eye but not invisible either. Question - and keep in mind I'm super new at this and trying to learn - is how would those 2 issues, and the coin being raw affect how you personally would approach the purchase? I believe the price asked is extremely reasonable for the coin. Thanks.