65 + Wonderful Lustre for a 1924 Philadelphia Genuine in my opinion . This is a European Bank Hoard date . I do cringe when I see people handle a coin like that . Lose the gloves and hold it over a soft surface . Even TPG graders do not wear gloves .
It looks real, does it weigh okay? I would say MS64+ to 65 for me as well, a really nice looking example, with great luster. As Pacificoin said a common date in European bank stashes. Dealer Fred Weinberg used to make the trip monthly to pick up literally 100's of them at a time from the Swiss bankers in the 1970-80's. He has some great stories to tell and hope he writes a book someday.
GrapeCollects - That 1933 isn't all that nice looking, most decent Saint's would probably look better side by side against it (the legal one anyways not so sure how all the Langboard examples stack up). It is rare though other than that it's not a very good looking Saint overall. I was very unimpressed when I finally got to see it myself, rarity not withstanding, it just looked like an average mid grade bullion Saint to me.
"Buy the Book Before You Buy the Coin" - Aaron R. Feldman - "And read it" - Me 2013! ANA Life Member #3288 in good standing since 1982, EAC Member #6202, NBS Member, 2¢ variety collector.