1867 Seated Dime made into a love token - Will ANACS slab this?
It's me again, the biggest cheapskate in Seated collecting.
So here's another little Seated thing I got in lately. I bought this 1867 Seated Dime love token for a very reasonable price not too long ago.
The obverse has several characteristics showing that this coin is an 1867 Philadelphia F-102 business strike:
Date position 1C - correct position for 1867
Bottom of 7 in date aligns with space between denticles
Date is very high, very close to the base of the rock
Bold die clash on Liberty's shoulder, which appears on 1867 Philadelphia dimes, is visible.
Question is, would ANACS slab this coin if I sent it into them as an 1867 dime with F-102 specified? From what I know of the TPGs, ANACS is best with slabbing specific varieties such as this (I really just want it confirmed as an 1867, of course). Does anyone have experience with sending in coins like this?
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