Should I give NCS a swing at these Liberty proofs?
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IMO the '84 and the '98 could have eye appeal improved (if they will conserve). But you could lose a grade if a couple hairlines are revealed when the haze is removed.

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All will be improved by removing superficial contamination (haze). The "grade" is what it is.

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If you're willing to pay the additional $18 fee for variety attribution, your 1884 has a repunched date variety recognized by NGC. Be sure to click the PF tab at upper right to see the proof varieties:

https://www.ngccoin.com/variety-plus/united-states/nickels/liberty-head-five-cents-1883-1913/?page=1

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Those are some beauties. Cant wait to see  them after theyre done. I think they are gorgeous in the current condition now. Id say if we we lived to be that old we would have a little haze to. I bet they will really be amazing when its removed. Please share when you get them back. I really enjoy admiring old coins like that. 

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The 1898 looks like a cameo to me. I could be wrong though. Im no coin grader but those are stunning. 

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