Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Minanius, Mar 30, 2023.
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I don't think so, sorry.
This is what you're supposed to look for. Your coin is too circulated and scratched.
@Minanius …here’s the scoop…
1. There are 2 overriding qualifiers that are used for a coin to earn the “Full Step” designation on a slab label: The coin (Jefferson nickels) must be Mint State and not a proof.
2. Your coin shows circulation wear and is thereby disqualified.
3. All proofs already have full steps, so a TPG does not put it on a label.
Personally, I use 4FS, 5FS and 6FS on flips as an additional indication of the quality of a coins’ condition along with a ballpark grade and any other pertinent information…imo…Spark
Yeah, but I walk with a cane most of the time. Where's the Disabled walkway up to the top?
Fwiw, this is a MS66 on PCGS website for FS on a 1953-D
Oh!! No way, Dude. It can't be. That's crazy. Where's the link?
You can see that it lacks definition here.
But as said before, it's not MS.
What Lonny is showing is the blending of the steps. This is usually the worst under pillar 3
This one the step is weak under pillar 2
Around the side, take the service elevator.
If you don't see one look more towards the back of the coin.
All it does is confirm a good strike with a new die, which we all know is unusual. LOL
(not my coin, though I am bidding on it at GC. And it's a MS-65FS)
I just went through a bunch of these rolls and didn't find anything anywhere as close as yours.
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