Grade my 1922 Plain

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  1. DJP7x0s

    DJP7x0s Sometimes Coins Arouse Me

    Who is familiar with how the grading companies grade 1922 plains??? These 1922 no D strong reverse, commonly have a weak obverse. This one has better obverse details than most. Anyways, what would you guys grade this one??? Sorry for the poor pictures. I might crack this out, for the sake of better pictures

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  3. rlm's cents

    rlm's cents Numismatist

    XF45! Very nice!!!

    I will bet you get all kinds of answers for that one
     
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  4. Taxidermist

    Taxidermist Collector of US/IL/RU/DE

    Feels more like VF35, with obverse rather close to VF30.
     
  5. silentnviolent

    silentnviolent accumulator--selling--make an offer I can't refuse

    +1!
     
  6. DJP7x0s

    DJP7x0s Sometimes Coins Arouse Me

    Thanks for the input. This is in an SEGS holder and graded as XF40. I too feel as though it would make XF45 and see a lot of PCGS XF45 examples with a much mushier obverse than mine. By the way, this was an EBay find, I paid $460
     
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  7. harris498

    harris498 Accumulator

    Boy, that's a steal.
     
  8. rlm's cents

    rlm's cents Numismatist

    As a stab, it looks like it might go cleaned by NGC/PCGS, but still a great buy.
     
  9. messydesk

    messydesk Well-Known Member

    I don't have a problem with an XF grade on that. Nice score!
     
  10. Hommer

    Hommer Curator of Semi Precious Coinage Supporter

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