received my (4) submissions grades 1917-ddo VF env-damage, 1926 oregon (Genuine AU rev scratch), 1986 SILVER EAGLE-MS68
1996 SILVER EAGLE MS-68(SUPER NICE TONING).......SILVER EAGLES WAS LOOKING FOR MS-69 ON both......OH WELL!
pretty diverse lot. tough to hit on everything with subs like that. takes A LOT of pre-examination and experience. still a lot of fun for ya! thanks for sharing.
i'm adding these links as i personally prefer bigger (not necessarily the max) images.
i wonder if the 17 ddo would benefit from a mineral soak and resub? depends on split grading values.
i would have linked the large images but that weird url they are using makes it more time-consuming.
also, you can just link the images. for some very odd reason, a lot of people around here re-upload the images to the forum when they are already hosted. that's earth for ya, if people always did stuff that makes sense, THAT'S when you worry.
OUCH - also has several rim hits on the rev. i didn't look the coin over any more. if it straight graded w/o those issues, it'd be a beaut.
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Nice Oregon trail!
Nice coins. Especially the half.
Too bad about the hit on the Oregon Trail....Would have graded well if not for that. Cheers, RickO
I agree with the other poster about the image links. I do prefer the max size option that you get here for example:
Although the file sizes are very large, it allows you to zoom in enough to see die markers if desired.
The 1917 DDO is on my Lincoln want list. I have not been able the find one in high AU or MS with eye appeal. There are a couple on eBay that have been there for a long time, but they just do not appeal for the grade.
Even though yours was deemed damaged, it does have attractive even surfaces from a distance.