Type II gold MS60 and cac
This PCGS certified old holder and cac coin is blasting off on ebay tonight, why not cac gold sticker?
For a little reference on MS60:
A coin graded MS-60 will be unattractive, dull, or washed-out mint luster may mark this coin. There may be many large detracting contact marks or damage spots, but no trace of circulation wear. There could be a heavy concentration of hairlines or unattractive large areas of scuff marks. Rim nicks may be present, and eye appeal is very poor. Copper coins may be dark, dull, and spotted.
Contact Marks: May have heavy marks in all areas.
Hairlines: May have a noticeable patch or continuous hairlining overall.
Luster: Often impaired.
Eye Appeal: Poor.
Also Known As: Mint State 60, MS60, Uncirculated, UNC, BU, Brilliant Uncirculated, Beautiful Uncirculated
A coin graded MS-61 will have a mint luster that may be diminished or noticeably impaired, and the surface may have clusters of large and small contact marks throughout. Hairlines could be very noticeable. Scuff marks may show as unattractive patches on large areas or major features. Small rim nicks and striking or planchet defects may show, and the quality may be noticeably poor. Eye appeal is somewhat unattractive. Copper pieces will be generally dull, dark, and possibly spotted.
Contact Marks: May have a few heavy (or numerous light) marks in prime focal and/or secondary areas.
Hairlines: May have a noticeable patch or continuous hairlining over surfaces.
Luster: May be impaired.
Eye Appeal: Unattractive.
Also Known As: Mint State 61, MS61, Uncirculated, UNC, BU, Brilliant Uncirculated, Beautiful Uncirculated
Just interested to know what others think on this coin, do you see it as a high end 60, 61, or even 62?