GTG: 1941 Walking Liberty Half Dollar

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  1. jtlee321

    jtlee321 Well-Known Member

    I picked up this absolutely gorgeous Walker today with a touch of golden toning on the obverse and reverse. The luster is almost blinding it's so bright. I thought I would do a Guess The Grade with her. What do you think PCGS graded her?

    1941-Walking-Liberty-Half-Dollar-Obverse.jpg 1941-Walking-Liberty-Half-Dollar-Reverse.jpg
     
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  3. CircCam

    CircCam Victory

  4. longshot

    longshot Enthusiast Supporter

  5. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

  6. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Hey brother can you spare a half dime?

  7. Penna_Boy

    Penna_Boy Just a nobody from the past

  8. scott.french3

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  10. Rheingold

    Rheingold Well-Known Member

    66
    Is there some doubling ?
    Have a closer look on "god".
     
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  11. Dave Waterstraat

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    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

  13. ddoomm1

    ddoomm1 keep on running

    MS-65 (that darn nick on her knee)
     
  14. BuffaloHunter

    BuffaloHunter Short of a full herd Supporter

    Agreed.
     
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  15. furham

    furham Good Ole Boy

  16. Dave Waterstraat

    Dave Waterstraat Well-Known Member

    Yep, that's what kept me at 65. It's a beautiful example nonetheless.

    Oh, and great images Justin!
     
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  17. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank

  18. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Hey brother can you spare a half dime?

    And sun ray.... if those two hits were not there....easy 66....all day long !
     
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  19. ddddd

    ddddd Member

    65+

    ...nice coin too!
     
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  20. jtlee321

    jtlee321 Well-Known Member

    It's light die erosion. It appears as doubling due to the lighting, but under a loupe there is no doubling.
     
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  21. LuxUnit

    LuxUnit Well-Known Member

    MS 67
     
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