Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Gam3rBlake, May 8, 2022.
I haven’t done one of these in a long time!
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Again, I wonder why it seems that the reverse on 90% of modern coins is in better shape than the obverse.
I know some people will disagree with the grade but with that CAC sticker in addition to the PCGS grade it’s very unlikely that TWO professional grading services both messed up grading the same coin.
Edit: We posted almost simultaneously. I guess I was close
You guessed closer than anyone else
Not if we’re using “The Price is Right” rules!
I said 63,with a possibility of being a 64. I agree with the grade given.
I understand why people would say 63. Especially if they look closely at the scuffs on the neck. It seems like a bit much.
But at the same time this image is super zoomed in and they aren’t nearly as noticeable in the hand.
It’s really hard to grade a coin from images because even an MS68 has lots of dings if you zoom in far enough. If you can’t see them just keep zooming in and you will. Lol.
Maybe more high points on the obverse?
Just a guess. When I first started collecting there was a local coin shop owned by an old man and he said with Morgan Dollars the cheek is where I should look for wear & marks first.
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