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My turn- raw walkers GTG

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Nice to see this forum get a lil more active here lately.. I like to guess on the series I know anything about grading. These will be off for grading soon.


34 walker - toned, nice underlying gun bluing under some gold toning, and some reddish hue outlining liberty which was hard to capture - a bit dark at the top, reverse is a solid greenish/gold tone.



Whitebread example of the above.


36, very clean, most notable thing is the graze by the "T" in the obverse field, excellent luster.


37 - also really clean, not as much as the 36 above, but with a thin yet nice ring of album toning around the rim, and awesome luster.


I have a 35 I should have imaged and made a run of them, but I suppose this is plenty.

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Nice coins Clark.....I'm going 64 on the toned 34 because the luster doesn't look to be there on the obverse, I'll go 65 on all of the others with a 65+ on the 36

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I like the toned 1936 however the luster looks somewhat muted. So I will limit that one to MS 65

The white 1936 – 65

1936 - 66

1937 – 64 +



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