Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by BlackberryPie, Apr 17, 2019.
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The haziness near the wing is on the slab.
I think it's in an MS 64 holder ....could be a 65-66 nowadays
I’m also in the 65 camp
I like it at 65 but wouldn't be surprised to see it in a 66 slab
(65 if it had been well struck - like many of the year and mint)
MS-64 with nice toning.
64 bump for eye appeal/color 65.
I keep thinking 63, and then, I see no wear at all, make that a 65. Great toning.
AU-58. Obverse: Rub on eyebrow and hairline. The entire rim not in the best of shape. Too much shine around the stars. The reverse would react nicely to an acetone bath.
MS-62 at PCGS, MS-63 at NGC Love the toning though.
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