Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Eduard, Sep 17, 2019.
(one is mine, you can guess which. The reverse looks a little spotty on the pic, it is not).
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Ditto. I see the first coin as a tiny bit higher grade technically, say 40-45-ish, while the second I'd call more 35-40-ish, but I like the eye appeal of the second coin a bit more.
They both look XF-ish to me. The first solidly so, and maybe on the higher end of it, while the second is on the lower end of it, but just in terms of technical detail.
They're both nice, of course.
Something like VF-35 vs. VF-30 or XF-40+ vs. XF-40.
(Yeh, I know. There's no such thing as a "+" grade for XF. But I suspect someone may prove me wrong.)
Yeah Eduard really looooves slabs! He doesn’t care about the coins ;-)
The second one is my example and only carries the 'Eduard Seal of Raw Coin Approval'.
I think I would agree the slabbed coin has a bit better details than mine.
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