Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Bman33, Jan 13, 2018.
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I'll guess 65. Barely.
This tops out at 63. While the reverse looks like an easy 64, or maybe higher, there is way too much chatter in the obverse fields. And that mark on her chin locks it in at 63.
Well I am gonna say MS64
I’m usually wrong, but I’ll say 64. I’ve seen a lot of 85ccs that appear to have been given some loose grading.
Because it is an 1885-CC, it will get some bonus points, so MS64.
63...because of the neck.
IM gonna day this one is graded MS-64. I think it’s a slider 63/64 but would guess it got the 64 grade.
So I think it’s a low end 64.
Ok, thought I would throw one up to keep us honest after all the high grade stuff.
Dang it, I had 63 in the back of my mind but I went with 64.
I was at 64 barely. Nice reverse on it
I’ve been looking at so many coins online in the 65-67 range that I thought it would be good to get back into the 63-64 range just to keep it real. Thing is I am seeing so much inconsistency in the big two TPG’s in the 63-67 grades. It’s crazy.
Well, I don't see any inconsistency with this piece. This is an accurately graded 63.
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