Black Obsidian coated coins are DCAM?
I recently purchased a Black Obsidian finished 2 ounce silver Python coin from Palau that PCGS has graded as PF70DCAM. While I know this isn't an American coin, I'm trying to figure out how something grades as a PR70DCAM with NO reflective surfaces? DCAM is defined by PCGS as "brilliant proofs that display deep, even frosting on the devices of both sides of the coin." But, there doesn't seem to be an iota of frosting or reflectivity anywhere on the coin. So my question is, how can a coin like this be a PF70DCAM when it is doesn't seem to match the PCGS definition of DCAM? This seems to throw my interest in "grading" standards out the window. ;-)