Have this older white holder Anacs Morgan. It was graded MS62-DMPL. My wife and I believe it has the potential to crossover to a higher grade. We couldn't capture the deep mirror status that this coin exhibits, but it is definitely better in hand. Looking for assistance as to the grade you think it should warrant. Thank You!
reverse strike a little weak for a 78(S) and the blotchy toning affects eye appeal probably held it back on the scale. the coin appears to be better than a 62. I dont see DMPL but thats hard to get in photos. if it maintains it designation then it could go higher and worth crossing. to me it looks like a solid MS63. its a gamble but you have it in hand to determine the mirrors we dont. I wouldnt want to lose the DMPL unless I was pretty sure it would keep it
JMHO, but you might be better off leaving it in the older ANACS slab.
A MS-63 DMPL PCGS/NGC is in the $200-$300 range. Even though ANACS called this a MS-62, I think a bourse floor buyer might eyeball-eye-appeal it up to MS-63, if the mirrors are deep enough and the contact marks aren't deep. In an older ANACS slab, you have the argument that it might run higher. In a new PCGS/NGC slab, all arguments are out the window. Let the prospective buyer see the opportunity. That's what sells.