Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by cplradar, Aug 14, 2021.
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Thanks for sharing !
Now that this exercise is finally complete, the Question: exactly what is the hoped for conclusion to this multi-post exercise?
The hope is to evaluate the ANACs grading standards for mondern IKEs
A noble undertaking; I certainly "hope" you are able to acquire a statistically significant sampling to overcome the possibility of your hope becoming an exercise in futility.
Nothing negative whatsoever about your comments other than a reply in general to your reply/point. Then it's to find and analyze the Ike grading standards for PCGS...and then for NGC...and so-on. What's with all these TPGs having their own grading standards, anyway...what happened to the ANA standards, or at least a common/SAME set of grading standards used by ALL the TPG's...? Needs to change.
. More seriously, whether it is or isn't, nothing wrong with the coin to render it ineligible for a straight grade, so will say 64...but higher if not for the mark, whatever it's from.
Good eye. I like Ike's and this exercise is helping me put together a high grade set hopefully.
That’s what I said when looking at one of the first coins. I was “corrected”, told they were produced like this and the pictures don’t show the luster. Go figure.
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