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Eye Candy: 1892 Liberty Head $2.50, PCGS PR66 DCAM

 
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Amazing how a coin can retain a cameo finish over as many years. One could only wonder how it was stored and where before the advent of modern preservation. Spectacular example!
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 Posted 12/06/2020  12:06 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add mikev50 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
think it should have got a higher grade---
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Don't be duped by the size of the photo and its quality. Those coins are the size of a dime and the PCGS photo system produces (IMHO) optimistic results. A coin graded 66 has flaws that we can't see by the 'true view' that the graders found objectionable. Cameo contrast is a result of the die prep process ; 'modern conservation' (dipping) can accentuate or damage that.
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