Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by jtlee321, Apr 30, 2018.
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@heavycam.monstervam, @Paddy54, @Dave Waterstraat, @ddddd, @Lehigh96, @Beefer518
You mean MS 64? No AU 64
I would agree with you on the AU look. But looking it over, it really has no actual luster breaks. Looking at other examples of this particular VAM, I think it has a lot to do with the planchet preparation and the dies that were used to strike them. Also this was grade before 1989.
And thank you on the compliment.
He's referring to what's known as a "Super Slider" a coin that has very clean fields nice eye appeal but just the slightest trace of friction wear. It's a coin that might technically be an AU but was graded as an MS.
Oh, well now I know...
I'm in at MS65, then. Just to be different.
I cant say ive ever seen striations down in that area before. Strange
I didn't even notice them until I posted the image. LOL Then I looked it over and confirmed what they are.
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