Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by BlackberryPie, Apr 5, 2020.
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The slab does need to be replaced that's for sure.
Your photos are a little dark and may be hiding some minor flaws, but even if that is happening, the beautiful EOR reverse toning should push the coin into MS67 territory.
That's not necessarily true. I've talked to Mark Salzberg personally about this issue, and he told me that a stellar reverse but an average obverse probably wouldn't get the star. If that toning were on the obverse, I absolutely agree that it gets a star. However, on this coin its 50/50 based on how the luster is.
Very pretty reverse.
I guess I could see that. Excellent coin nonetheless.
I remember this coin now, can’t recall the grade but I know it had a very strong premium attached to it. Rightly so as it is very unique and attractive... I don’t recall ever seeing another like it with that Pyramid looking triangle on the reverse. Sweet EOR war nickel for sure
It was pricey, that's for sure. Unique not always brings a premium but this one looked special to me so I bought it. The funny thing is my 6 y/o daughter wants me to sell it so I can get her another Morgan Dollar for her collection.
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