Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by physics-fan3.14, Feb 15, 2020.
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I think they would.
But I don't see this being in TPG plastic past 65. I dont think even by PCGS own standards this possibly could stretch to 66. Yeah, it's mostly mark free, but the normal 66 I see in this series have much nicer cheeks and hair.
So I think Max 65, but man a lot of you are thinking 66 on this one. Curious.
Obviously I was late to party on this one. This is the reason I specifically don't read past the first few posts before I vote. I look at the results, and post my reply on the first page. That way I wont be influenced by others. Now I see this PCGS 66 and I am fairly shocked.
Love your polls, keep up the good work on selecting candidate coins.
Thanks physics-fan for all the time spent putting this coin grading experience together. It’s been really educational, at least for me.
I think the right side of the S is due to the lighting. It doesn't look like damage to me.
I see a very, very small mark on the dot to the right of cents. That will detract from the grade, of course. However, it is an extremely small mark on a portion of the coin well outside of the prime focal areas. It's impact to the grade will be minimal. On a 66, several small marks are allowed, even in focal areas.
I guess that would confirm that you can't necessarily judge a coin by its photo.
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