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Grading For This 1987-S Proof Kennedy Half Dollar

 
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Sorry, these blasted images are pretty much worthless for grading purposes.
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I agree with coin frog.
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Blasted?
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It would likely grade PR69DCAM. I say mainly because that's what the majority of these pieces, that have not been mishandled, would grade.
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Too much glare / reflectivity. Try from different angles. Looks like a very nice example, but can't see the surfaces well enough for accurate estimation of grade.
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Appears to be a nice example. Try using diffused light source(s). Place a thin, translucent piece of white paper (tracing paper) between the light source and the subject you're photographing. Translucent white plastic (like an empty, cut open white milk jug) works too. Thanks.
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Thanks for the info I'll have to try that
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