Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by ilmcoins, Apr 13, 2019.
I am going to send these off to PCGS. What grades do you think they will come back with?
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As I had said in your last thread, I don't know anything about gold coin grading. But just from pictures, I think the 1907 is around MS63-64 (I don't know if the chatter above "TEN D." would bring it down or anything...) and the 1878 looks to be about MS62-63 because there are lots of scratches in the fields. Again, don't take my estimates too seriously.
Comparing with coins at PGGS photograde, maybe MS61?
Never use photograde. ALWAYS use pcgscoinfacts.com. They have more and better pictures than photograde.
I'd say the eagle is an AU possibly details, I think the quarter eagle may go MS
Given the quality of the images, I'd be inclined to say they've both been dipped. The lighting is too washed out. If they're otherwise unmolested, I'd call the $10 at AU-55/58 and the QE at MS61, maybe a '62.
Anywhere from AU-50 to MS-62. Not sure I'd have them graded.
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