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    Another Grade opinion please.

    Ok, Here is another in my RAW set. This one was actually pulled from a jar of cents my sister had in Kansas over 25 years ago! Anyway, I have it as Vf 20. What says you...

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    VF20 obverse. XF45 reverse. I don't know how to net grade but that's my observation without comparing to Phtotgrade or anything. Nice coin, btw!

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    VF20 looks good to me!!!
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    Very nice nice find in a jar.
    I would say VF 20/25 because of the strength of the reverse. I don't see any separation on the bow tie and collar.
    (Odd that there was so much more wear on the obv. Must have been someone's lucky cent they rubbed for good luck!)

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    I grade it a bit lower, the obv is around VG-10 (per the PCGS grading book). The rev is VF-20 or VF-25.

    The obv matter more, I'd think overall it's around F-15.

    It doesn't have any big issues and it's pretty even and it's not from the die where the area between the bust and rim is eroding (look at pics of 14-Ds and many have that) so it's nicer than some which might up the value of it.

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