Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Savy, Oct 14, 2014.
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Glad you like it I know it's hard to tell from the pics, but there are virtually no marks on the cheek and what looks like hits is just toning. I'm new to photography and I'm having trouble taking photos that actually look like the coin In hand, the coin looks exactly like the first pic, which was taken by the seller.
The coin is very lustrous, it's just the pictures that make it seem otherwise. Here is a
quick shot I took that shows its luster.
I would like to see better photos of both sides of the entire coin.
It is graded by PCGS.
Attached are most of the photos I took of the coin.
The luster doesn't shine through in most of the pictures because I am using a ring light. The lamp I usually use is broken and all I have left is the ring light, which doesn't show luster. In the photos where you see a little bit of luster, that is because I stopped using the ring light and I had no lamps. In hand, the luster is booming.
Ahhh - at least 1 other person has eyes
That coin, with those marks, no way it should be a 65 let alone anything higher.
But rather obviously, other opinions differ. Big surprise that
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