Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Pickin and Grinin, Jan 2, 2022.
And Happy New Year!
PS Please give your numeric grade if you think they detailed the coin.
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It was first a different grade.
There are some pretty unique toned 63D Franklins.
Which is really unfortunate as 1963-D's with decent bell lines are hard to come by. It's not FBL, but it's close.
Look's like the numeral 1.
Normally I would pass on a two sided toner. This one caught my eye and is a confirmed RPM-005 D/D southwest. Die stage A
http://varietyvista.com/11 Franklin Halves/RPM Detail Pages/1963DRPM005.htm
If you look at the rpm one of the pick ups is doubling to EPU. I would imagine that the U might have some doubling also.
Layer of metal Under the top of the o in Of
Is The Rope To The Bell Connected To The Bell.
What is the grade on the slab.
I can't see the slab, so have no idea. Can't you read it? LOL Just feeling like a snot today.
I'm guessing (and that's all it is) MS63 weak strike.
It got a 91. Which is Genuine QC- UNC details.
I have thought about using this coin as an first time dipping experiment. I bought it for the RPM, and not the color as it is kind a funky as @Lehigh96 and others pointed out.
Thanks for your opinions on grade. Too @Skyman yes the bell lines are just shy of being full. But I have seen worse get the attribution.
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