Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by MorganDollarGuy, Jan 22, 2020.
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It doesn't look like an impaired proof.
Or any proof
@messydesk or @Dave Waterstraat know something about die markers for this date? It's hard to tell much from those pictures. I could about convince myself that the rims are a bit elevated from the denticles, but they don't look super square.
That said, even an impaired proof has value. But there is no way to evaluated the "impaired" from those pictures.
I can't really tell based on the photos, but the fact it's being sold by GSC is enough to make me pass.
That seller is notorious for selling cleaned, polished, mis-described, problem coins.
If you bought that coin, you would receive a harshly polished, circulated business strike dollar.
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