At least this slabbed one is for me.... anyone care to guess what SEGS graded this one?
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Light diffusion and white balance will make those a whole lot easier to photograph. It’s difficult to judge the surfaces here and I don’t know SEGS grading style very well. Knowing this can be very wrong I’ll say 64.
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Strange pictures.... discounting color, which I would believe is due to lighting... Likely a 64....Cheers, RickO
Great guesses you all even with poor photos.
I'd say SEGS got it right. Here's one that PCGS graded MS-63.
Part of your photography problem might be with the SEGS slab plastic. If you have even tried to break out a SEGS coin, you are in for a tussle. It's the hardest slab plastic I have ever seen.
I think 63 is a good grade. Here is my 64. I think it would go PL if resubmitted. I was mostly comparing yours to mine when I was guessing.
A great many of the gold dollars from the 1880s have a P-L look to them. I think that coin has to sing, dance and win the lottery to get a P-L from that era.
This is not P-L
Neither is this, and it only made MS-65!