Take a stab at the grade on the label on this one. I tilted it slightly to give a better view of the surfaces. I'll let the thread run a couple days before posting the label. Have fun!
Id say either 69 or a 70. (I know, really going out on a limb ). Either that, or its some type of weird mechanical error where its holdered in a grade that it shouldn't be.
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I'm going to guess the label says 70 and the milk spots developed after the grading.
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My first impression was what FlyingAl said, it was a 70 and milk spots developed after slabbing
I’ve got a couple of those. It’s super annoying when that happens.
MS67 if graded today
Looks like it could have been a 70.... Is the purpose of the thread to also propose a grade with the milk spots?? The OP does say "Take a stab at the grade on the label..." So I will leave it as a 70. Cheers, RickO
MS must stand for Milk Spots.
You guys picked up on it fairly quickly. @FlyingAl nailed it two posts in. Yep- they gave it a 70. I'll try to come up with a more challenging one later.
If I recall correctly this is why PCGS wouldn't give a 70 to these for many years.