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Question about toning and ASE's

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So as long as the toning is attractive and does not impede the luster or have negative eye appeal, then theoretically the coin could still grade MS/PF70. With this is mind, I cannot recall seeing many toned coins in PF/MS70 holders, but then again, I suspect many of those "70s" really aren't "70s" (i.e. perfect uncirculated coins) anyway.

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The answer to your question would require the coin to be regraded by TPG.

If the coin has very attractive toning, with grade of ms70 in the distant future, the Eagle will command a "MS70, beautifully toned, great eye appeal" premium.

The coin will trade as MS70.


On the other hand, milkspots, carbon spots, and generally unattractive toning, the coin will not command a premium and will likely sell below average market at 69.


Wait 50 - 100 years and my guess is the really nice NT specimens will command high premiums.






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