Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by TypeCoin971793, Aug 17, 2019.
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It seems that there is a minor scratch on Washington's neck- I'm not sure if the scratch is on the coin or slab, though.
Assuming the scratch on the neck is on the coin, I'm going with MS64, otherwise I say MS65.
The neck scratch is on the holder.
The “graininess” is just orange peel. The obverse is actually more lustrous than the reverse.
Ok, I’m at MS65 even though I voted MS64.
Oh boy, after that photo, I’m at MS65/66.
I will stick with MS65 since I already changed my grade once.
If the scratch is on the holder, I'll also go with 65. Not sure how to change my vote in the poll.
It looks relatively mark free (especially in the fields) and lustrous. The cheek prevented me from settling with 66.
I edited the poll. You can change your votes if you want
Yes, I interpreted your first pictures as having that coarse, grainy type of luster. It can sometimes look really flashy. I think I'm still at 65 personally, but I know PCGS rewards Washingtons with great luster. There's a chance they called it 66.
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