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1917 D Type 2 Standing Liberty Quarter For Grading

 
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I'd say VF-25.
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F-12
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F-15
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I'm at F-12 on this.
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I'm in the F15 camp also...
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F-12 tops, too much detail missing Togo any higher
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The sharpness of the letters makes me think higher than F, but maybe you guys are right.
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F15 works for me.
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F-12 for me
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compared to photograde this coin grades F-12. For it to be VF, the denticle detail on the obverse should be complete and bold and the drapery across the chest should be better defined. The reverse may grade F-15 but I think the net grade is F-12
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the wear reads F12 but the lettering and rims read F15. I'm leaning closer to F15
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I cracked this one out of a PCGS holder. When I was using the hammer on the edges, I got impatient and gave it a big whack and the holder exploded. I was lucky it did not scratch the coin.

PCGS GRADE F12
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" I was using a hammer"....Next time, If you have a vise? Put the slab in first with the sides flush with the jaws, tighten until you see/hear a crack. Then open the jaws rotate the slab and leave one side of the top half of the slab above the jaws, wrap the slab with a cloth (just in case to catch the coin) then crank the handle slowly and the top portion of the slab will pop off. Works quick and easy for me.
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I do not have a vice, and I do not have anywhere to set one up at. I have been using a hammer for years with no problems until I got impatient. NGC's are not problem with a hammer, but the PCGS slab can be stubborn. Maybe I will get a pair of snips for the PCGS plastic.
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