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What grades would a typical proof set get if each coin was submitted?

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I am curious if there are any stats on what would happen if proof sets were submitted for grading. Would a certain percentage come back as PR64 and such.


Has anyone bought a proof set and submitted the coins for grading and if so what was the result?

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I would think the deciding factor would be the age of the proof sets.....most of the Moderns say 1980 and newer would most likely produce a high percentage of PR68 and PR69 Deep Cameo's, the older sets......from say the 60's seem to produce a lot of PR66's and PR67's............pre-1960 I don't have a lot of experience with so I can't comment.


Mint sets differ greatly and I have submitted coins from Modern mint sets that came back MS64 foreheadslap.gif

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1937 original proof set from the mint all pcgs


cent proof 66 red


nickel proof 67

dime proof 66

quarter proof67

half proof 66


sent in a proof 1938 walker to pcgs on dec 4 2001 and it got a proof 67 cameo

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