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Sounds about right. Photos don't help.
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VF or EF. Can't tell from photos.
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64 with a possible full steps, but can't quite tell.
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you mean Proof 64 don't you?
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This is not a proof coin
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1948 P are notorious for weak strike but if this was uncirculated should appear brilliant with frosty surfaces. I don't see that at all although I do see maybe a little mint luster on the reverse? The hair could just be a very weak strike with little to no wear; its hard to tell. I can't see if there is any wear on the high points of the cheek or Monticello either although again, from the pictures and as noted by others previously, I can't tell due to the photos.

I'm going out on a limb in the absence of good picture lighting and say; Weakly struck with some wear on the high points. A little remaining mint luster. = AU55.
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