Thanks everybody. ANACS has it at 64. And it does look better in person. Plus the glare from the slab makes it a little harder to take pics of. I also still have a very hard time capturing an accurate coin pic. I'm using a Google Pixel. You would think a phone named pixel would have a great camera. I have a disease that affects my fine motor skills. So I can't hold the phone steady enough. I set it on a Krause catalog. But that means I can't really try different angles and stuff. So a lot of times I pick up too much glare, or the shadow of the phone.
Anyway, thinking about crossing this to one of the big two. At 63 its a $180ish, at 64 around $400. I had it listed on ebay for well under $400 for 3 months and no one showed any interest.
I didn't really buy it to sell. This was early in my collecting days. Picked it up at an in person estate auction. The collector had LOTS of MS+ Morgans and Peace. All raw. Some had carbon spotting from being in 2x2 cardboard flips that had developed holes. Fortunately this one didn't. Loved the look of it and needed a '27. If I had any idea it might have graded as high as a 64 I probably would have sent it to NGC
Then again there is the thrill of the hunt. And snagging a 64 at a 58 price means I'm kind of attached to this one.
And this from the guy, who like jimmajr, only got into coins for the bullion.