Try your hand at this one. Apologies for the reverse, the light scratches are on the holder and were hard to eliminate completely using lighting. Image is unretouched.
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I would say 66 but I wouldn't be surprised by a 65.
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Looks like a 64. Of course, a yellowed ring usually implies an OGH, and GTG usually implies a trick question. Perhaps it's also graded PL, since they were generous with that designation back then.
MS65 seems about right.
I like it at 64.
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65 and if in old holder a PL would not surprise me
65 if not for what looks like slide marks on the cheek. I'll go 64
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The obverse look 65 while the reverse says 64 to me, so 64+, but 65 would not surprise... Thanks for posting!
64, but 65 would not surprise me.
64... maybe 64+
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So @messydesk caught me, this is a tricky one. FWIW, I think the same as most of you, 64-65 would be a fair grade. Maybe worth a reconsideration attempt?
Reconsideration you'll have to pay the reconsideration tax. I'd probably bust it out and grade it raw.
Gambling on getting a gold sticker might be a cheaper way to realize its current market value.
Undergraded, I think.
Was going to say 64 but I'd say it's a tossup. Hard to see the chatter on the cheek from the pictures.
The step up in value would be worth submitting for the upgrade. Cheers, RickO