This is the 1882-O Morgan I posted a few days ago. Some of you gave it 65's and even a 66 or two. NGC gave it a straight MS-64, which I think is under-graded. In a way, that was a good thing, because I surely wouldn't have got it for $92.20 if it said MS-65. There is like a $400 difference between a 64 and a 65. Should I gamble the $30, and break it out and re-submit it for grading (maybe to PCGS)? Submit it to CAC? What do you folks think? Here are a couple pics again, and two 25 second videos that show the luster much better. Thanks for any input!
"Did you exchange a walk-on part in the war, for a lead role in a cage?" R.W. 1975
Mark from the metropolis of Portage, PA A.N.A. #3206350
If you go PCGS, I would crack it out and submit it, crossovers always seem to be a crapshoot and successful crossovers to a higher grade are pretty low % wise (just my opinion). But, crossovers do ensure you get that NGC slabbed 64 minimum.
We can only base on pictures, and as we all know, can be tricky, so go with your gut. I'm sticking with my MS65 on this one., HOWEVER, I can see where others are coming from with the lack of luster holding it to a 64.