@gros, as with your other thread, pls add a pic of the reverse of this coin. Also, this pic is a bit blurry, which makes it hard to see what you are seeing with the coin in hand. Better pics help us to help you. Thx.
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I took these pictures with my phone and tried to get as close as possible. I even magnified image on my phone .. Suggestions on how to sharpen image would be greatly appreciated. I had just enough time to post these two obverse pictures). I will post obverse and reverse side by side as soon as I can figure out how to do that. I have an Andrew phone (as my grandson would say). I am sure it would take better images and I am on my way to learning how to do this. I have two dozen coins I need expert advice on. Pictures coming soon to a theater near you.
take you shots straight up and down not an angle. add both sides and do not use overhead lighting which produces that glare. you were a little too close to the coin to get a sharp photo so back away a little. you can always crop it to make it larger.