Proof Quarter Grading Experts, Help Me Understand this 1938 Quarter Grade
I struggle with grading proof with most of my collection in the PR68/69/70 range, I don't know much about the lower proof grades that I'm starting to venture into.
I picked up this 1938 Proof Quarter graded PR64. It's beautiful in-hand. Nice and white, no toning, no significant marks. I'm having a hard time understanding why it is only PR64. The only thing I really notice is a soft strike and some hairlines on the forehead and neck, the spot on the wing on the reverse. What else am I missing or is that enough to knock it down to a 64?