pickwickjr
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pickwickjr
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Joined: 4:09 PM - Apr 07, 2012

7:24 AM - Jan 21, 2018 #11

Mario
Great looking coin!
Dacin has a vf30 for sale, the vf30 5 fecta is no more. Now it’s going to be a vf CAC 5 fecta 👍🏻 Which is better!
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Joined: 10:13 AM - Dec 28, 2005

1:23 PM - Jan 25, 2018 #12

Those are all very nice 63s.  I have only owned 3 1863 seated dollars one ANACS OWH that was a F15 that Rich Uhrich used in has banner picture on the far right of his site after moving it through Rich.  One PCGS AU58 OGH that I had to sell to purchase my 1870-CC half, and an NGC58 that is still in my collection.  One of my favorite Civil War dated dollars.  My personal experience had the 62 as the most difficult to find in nice original condition and then the 61 and 63 were close, but I would probably give second place to the 61 and third to the 63.  All of them are hard to find in original toned condition.
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Joined: 3:55 PM - Jan 07, 2009

9:04 AM - Feb 12, 2018 #13

Nice to see you here southcounty. It is hard to say which is tougher and I think it varies depending on Circ versus Unc. In lower to mid grade Circ the 61 might be toughest? In AU up the 62 is probably hardest?
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Joined: 10:13 AM - Dec 28, 2005

6:26 PM - Feb 12, 2018 #14

It is nice to drop in now and then.  We don't have the same activity that we first did when the board was started, but I am always glad to see that a few new posts pop up from time to time. 

I don't collect the LSDs in UNC so your assertion is probably correct, I have always preferred the circulated cameo look on my LSDs but a nice frosty original UNC is quite the treasure as well.
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