Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Josh Webb, Apr 18, 2021.
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Can you post some photos?
@Josh Webb that's pretty darn good for the first time. Like Paul said, let's see some photos of the MS66+* and the MS66+.
Since most people wanted to see the 66+'s, these are the certs for them. I know the 80 S is not a hard date to get in a higher grade but I thought these were gorgeous. Kind of kicking myself for not getting the NGC "True view" for them but I didn't know the effect they had until after I shipped them. oh well I know for next time lol.
1880-S MS66+ https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/5942114-007/66/
1880-S MS66+* https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/5942114-005/66/
I also submitted that 84 CC for a PL designation but didn't get it. I could literally read entire documents off the surface of that coin lol. A good amount of stratches on those CC's but the strikes are so nice.
1884 CC https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/5942114-002/64/
1878 CC https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/5942114-003/63/
A man after my own heart. I am a big lover of well struck pieces.
Not really, there are MS61PL and MS62PL Morgans out there. It‘s not about the grade but rather about the contrast of devices and fields. I think the 84CC Morgan has prooflike surfaces to some extent, but the contrast is not strong enough for the coin to qualify for a PL designation.
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