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If there is one thing difficult to determine with any certainty from an image more than what may or may not be conserved, is how a coin will grade.


The only advice I might be able to give on this coin is to submit it for conservation. Once the coin is ready for evaluation, it will be looked at not only to determine what conservation techniques might be used but also to determine if the currently stated grade will be at least likely maintained following professional conservation. Determining a grade is a part of the evaluation process.


If the spots can be successfully removed and the coin is likely to at least maintain its currently stated grade (MS67 in this case), then we will conserve the piece and submit it to NGC for regrading.


Chris, NCS

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