Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Beefer518, Sep 26, 2020.
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If I'm right then grade doesn't mean much.
(might be misinterpreting weak strike though)
I somehow missed the part in the title that said "OGH" but for others, that should be a clue that it is a straight grade since PCGS didn't have details holders in that era (details coins were sent back in a flip-known as the dreaded "body bag").
Strike and luster hold it back. By OGH standards, I actually wouldn't be surprised to see this in a 64 holder.
If its in an OGH, then I don't think it would have FB (I don't think they designated it then, did they?) Either way, it doesn't earn FB (middle set are quite mushy).
Well, I guess they did designate FB back then.
But they didn't do a good job of it - those pictures do not show FB.
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