Does anybody know the difference between a PR70 and a PF70? I know 70 is the highest grade a coin can get, but is there a PR proof and a PF proof? Thanks for your help.

Absolutely no difference. It was PR-70 when I was growing up, but that was a couple of decades ago. Either PR or PF is an acceptable prefix; they both mean "proof."

And for a second there I was having my doubts (Olympic Figurer Skating). Guess it's not the booze? :mouth:

They are exactly the same and are interchangeable. Just like XF and EF. They mean the same, just some graders use one, some the other.

thanks Thank you all for your reply. "If you're going to collect something, it might as well be money" ~ Mike Mezack