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New Lithuania cross at any grade

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Here are some PCGS coins I sent in to NGC yesterday. Any opinions welcome.


All the coins are Lithuanian.


1925 10 centu PCGS 64 crossed NGC 64



1936 1 centas PCGS 65RD crossed NGC 65RB


crossed 64 BN

1936 5 centas PCGS 64BN crossed NGC 64BN



1936 10 Litu PCGS 63 crossed NGC 63



1938 10 Litu PCGS 63 crossed NGC 63 (very disappinted)



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Hi Joe,


10 centu have a little soft strike on obverse and I think that coin will be back as 64;


I like your 1936 1 centas. It must be back as 65, but I don't know if you will get RD designation. Looks RB to me.. Or might be just my monitor..


1936 5 centai - looks like will cross at the same grade and designation..


I hope you will get one point up for Vytautas. I would not like a chatter in the fields if that coin would be 65, but I can see it as 64.


Smetona will go 1 point up. Too clean for 63.


Good luck!

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Hi Brol. I like the 1938 10 Litu as a 64 as well. I put together some side by side pics of that coin along side a NGC 63 I own as well as that coin along side my PCGS 64 that crossed to NGC 64.


obv of my ngc 63 and the one being sent in.



now the reverse



My 63 on left and the 64 on right



and the reverse


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Results are in. I really thought the 1938 10 Litu would go 64. In the post above you can see it compared to a NGC 63 example in the first two pics and in the lower two the 64 is on the right. I think my new 63 is nicer then either of those two.



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