I see some light marks in the field so I'll guess MS64 although a MS65 grade wouldn't surprise me. Very nice coin with great color and luster.
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The obverse is a bit scruffier than on your previously posted QEs. I'll assign it a 63.
Very much not my series but I'd guess 64.
I think the marks in front of the Indian's mouth, the tick on the cheek, and light chatter in the reverse field will keep it from 65, but it's better than a 64, so I'll say 64+.
1914 is probably my favorite year for these. Another great coin!
I'm thinking 63 maybe 64.
I won’t cheat this time I think the strike and luster override the scuffs.
58 - 62. No CAC
My guess is 64.
I struggle with grading those and especially from pictures, but it looks nice to me. 64?
MS63.... I may be weighing the enlarged pictures too heavily... but that is what I see. Cheers, RickO
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63 CAC and a coin that I need.
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that is a beaut!
I went extra low, assuming this one was a trick piece - big like from me.
I don't deserve even an eight of it, let alone a third for the lowball but thanks for the offer
The video was right and so I guess the fields were too much after all. But, they couldn't walk away without at least a plus and eventually a bean. Again, beautiful piece.
64 should cac