way too much glare to evaluate the surfaces. no way to see if its all original and color. the first obv photo makes the coin look like it was cleaned.
just going by the photos the coin could be anywhere between MS63 and MS65 and could possibly be cleaned
for professionally grading a single coin PCGS
are the top of the heap. for PCGS
expect a cost of about $100 with a subscription, cost of grading, shipping & insurance both ways. at MS63 the coin has a retail value of about $275 if it details then maybe $175
before I went any further with this you should get some better photos without glare so CCF members can give you a better assessment.
try these steps to get better photos
1. turn off flash
2. place coin on flat surface with indirect natural light. maybe a window sill in a cloudy day. use a dark or black background to avoid any color reflection onto the coin
3. move phone about 3in from coin
4. zoom in using your fingers until the coin comes into focus
5. hold phone steady. if you cant then place something on either side of the coin (like books) at that distance and lay phone between them. this will hold it steady and allow you to zoom and take the photo without any blurring