Another one, may as well ask ya'll since I'm on a roll of poop coins.... LOL I'm hoping I have at-least one that is decent. I have another 84cc if this one is bad and an 82cc also. I'm taking pics with the best camera I have on a tripod, coins on a white sheet of printer paper. All the light is au-natural, well, through the windows. Thanks, ya'll the best!
Rookie with bad eyes, take what I say with a grain of salt and call an expert in the morning!
This one looks like a solid 64 and possibly 65 if I'm interpreting these images correctly. I'm guessing original surfaces based solely on the area around the obverse first left star and the area around ON on the reverse.
Anywhere from 63 to 65, as others have noted, pictures which more clearly show luster will be the key -- the obverse cartwheel luster shows undisturbed surfaces and if it is actually just a lighting issue the fields and cheek are clean enough for a technical 65.