Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by bqcoins, Mar 4, 2013.
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might be a good idea.
That is amazingly gourgeous!!!!!
What does FB mean, and why is it MS 65+
Congrats, and that was a quick turnaround too!
get a regrade to PCGS or again NGC and if it comes back MS 66, thats a huge score, plus if it turns PCGS MS66 then crossover it to NGC
Its not as black and white as you make it seem....:foot-mouth:
It doesnt hurt anybody to get a regrade.
No but it can hurt your wallet and i think you should read the re submission guidelines on the PCGS website. Wait never mind i did it for you pay attention to the bold print...
[TD="width: 80"]WalkThrough [/TD]
[TD="width: 80"]$125 [/TD]
[TD="width: 100"]24 hours [/TD]
[TD="width: 100"]48 hours [/TD]
[TD="width: 160"]US coins valued at $100,000 or less.
I think thats worth it for a 25,000 + coin.[/TD]
Im not going to argue with you as you seem to know all that you are willing to learn....:headbang:
Fantastic looking coin.
Just for future reference, the "+" part of the grade has little to do with eye appeal. It only means that the coin almost meets the technical aspects of the next higher numerical grade. NGC says it must have "above average" eye-appeal, but NGC uses the star (★) to denote exceptional eye appeal.
Link to NGC website description of plus designation
ok then with all those fees keep it just the way it is. Good luck, and do as you wish with the coin.
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