Non-Proof Walker Half Dollars - Post your FULLY STRUCK example (including full thumb, hand, dress)
I really like the design. But it baffles me as to why there is no "fully struck" designation for them.
Mercury Dimes have "Full Bands" or Fully Split Bands
There's Full Head for the SLQ. They should have full shield too.
There's FBL for Franklins.
There are Full Steps for Jefferson Nickels.
Why no full thumb or at minimum, full hand? What about full dress?
Grading services have discussed releasing value or creating value for collectors that have collected the right coins (think + grades). But this would also be a boom for the grading services and registry sets. Why haven't they done this?
There have been discussions about Buffalo nickels with a full split tail, full horn, hair on the back of the buffalo etc.
Why no blanket Full Strike designation for nearly all coins? That's where things should go, rather than just a head but ignoring a shield...or hand, thumb and ignoring the dress etc etc.
Anyway, feel free to post Fully Struck business strike Walker Half Dollars that have fully defined thumbs, not just the left hand. If TPGs were to implement this designation, it would likely only impact a few dates since a lot of dates just aren't available fully struck.
Thoughts, feelings, posting of your examples?...ready, set, go...
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