Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by rlm's cents, May 9, 2012.
1910-S PCGS slabbed
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Sweet coin! I think I see cartwheels under that, I hope it's RB, but they prob browned it. I'm also thinking they may have 3'd it. You knew I'd be loving that one!
Is this considered a woodie ?
Yes it is.
I'm horrible judging copper, so please don't take my guess personally! I'm thinking Genuine - Unc Details? (Altered surfaces)
I am long past anything personal. The idea is to get you some idea how to grade from pictures. If you or anyone learns from these, it makes me happy.
Part of me wants to say "genuine" but part of me wants to say "improperly mixed alloy which caused it to tone that way." Especially considering its an S mint, I'm leaning towards just toning. I'll go 63RB
I'd like to go 62 on this one.
Very Interesting coin.
Dick , I take it that anything I'm seeing that looks like small carbon spots are actually the woodie effect , right ?
I am not sure about 100% of them, but at lest 99% are from the alloy mix.
This and http://www.cointalk.com/t206035/ will be ending tonight.
I went with 63. Started to say 64.
Was going 64 but I've been getting killed with the extra point so 63 , I wouldn't be suprised at a 64 at all .
Good strike, nearly mark free and at least descent luster but still almost 1/2 of you think it is a 62 or worse. This coin is way too nice for a 62. Both PCGS and I think it is a 64. BTW, the last time this one came up (http://www.cointalk.com/t117613/), almost 1/2 got it right.
I got it right the first time.
Knew I should of went with 64 , but hindsight is 20/20 . LOL
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