Thank you. May I know how you come to the conclusion that it's properly graded? I'm just new to grading Indian eagle, especially that grading the No Motto series is different than the rest of Motto one. Happy Sunday!
Hi, everyone. As I'm new to this forum so please delete this post if this question is not appropriate in this forum. I want to ask that for 1908 no motto, even though its mintage is lower, the price of it in au straight graded (ngc/ PCGS) is similar to its 1908-d no motto counterpart. Is this a correct statement or is it vice versa? I have tried to look at past auctions or ebay but I could not get a definitive answer so I hope I could get this clear up on my mind.
Quote: What did PCGS grade it? It looks like serious scratches in that area, like removed graffiti.
PCGS grade it AU-55, I have a chance to look at it through a video. A highly lustrous example. I originally thought it was circulation wear and the black spot was a result of coin ding into the coin field. The spot is actually reflective when moving into different light angle. Now I don't know anymore.
I was just looking on the Internet and saw this black spot on the right of the coin which was on an auction months ago. Is the black spot an evidence of old cleaning? How can a black spot cause on a silver coin? And do you think this coin has been cleaned a while ago? Thank you for everyone's input.
Edit 1: upload reverse in case if anyone is curious.
Hi everyone, this album was sent it to me as a gift. I'm keeping it and not planning to sell now but I'm wondering what is the current price sale for an album?
I have looked over ebay and it seems like they're sold for around $300-$500 but the coins are in BU condition (blast white). I grade mine a mix of AU-low BU. Does the price depend on silver dime alone or does clad proof dime carry a premium? Thank you .
Thank you for everyone's input. The correct answer is: AU58 with CAC approval
The obverse looks like it might have slid in a drawer or lightly circulated a long time ago, resulting luster break yet the surface is fresh. The reverse looks fantastic (could fit into MS scale) with full detail and I cannot even detect any wear on the reverse. Please comment if you detect something that I miss. I'm here to learn.
I think this one looks more eye appealing than those from recent comps and online auctions, even in MS-62 range right now. Is grading inflating right now? I don't regret when paying a premium for this accurately graded AU-58 blazer.
Do you agree with my opinion? Did the result make you surprised? Could it fit into the imaginary AU-63, AU-64 category? Please let me know.