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New Zealand 1942 6-Pence For Grading

 
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Too much glare to grade properly.
But 62 is my guess.
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Can't quite make up my mind if flare or minimal wear on the high points.
If not flare, then with
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Pics with less flashback would help.
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Can't quite make up my mind if flare or minimal wear on the high points.


Like below the part?
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Flare or wear? on King's cheek and hair, hula bird's eyebrow and breast feathers.

If MS+ in these areas, the luster on the high points should be undisturbed, Need to check for yourself with a high powered loupe.
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