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  1. ANY OPINIONS ON A 1904-o MORGAN? THANKS!
  2. I took the top off the holder. It's in a Capital Holder with a white background. I think the plastic threw my white balance off a little and hid the luster.
  3. EBay user matthelombard4 has a 2016 Gold Eagle for sale that is an obvious FAKE. I've posted images of the "coin" offered, as well as the images from NGC's verification. I've reported this item TWICE to ebay, but the auction is still live.
  4. Thanks for Opinions - Love the way the new portal for posting works
  5. Looking at the image objectively, I would think that the 1879 on the top left looked odd. This is because I would assume that it was an s, and it just doesn't look right for an s. It's actually a p, with very flat, almost proof like fields. Other than that, the others in the image look like they fit for the dates that I can see, and I have reference points in ngc and pcgs holders to compare to. The issue is that there is not enough focus to see the fine details. This is a limitation of the 200k max picture size on uploads, as I have to scale every pic way, way down to get to that size, and fine detail is lost.
  6. Hopefully, it's the lighting, as many of the coins look as if they might not even be genuine, to me. Hopefully, it's the lighting, as many of the coins look as if they might not even be genuine, to me. Must be the light Mark. I've handled tens of thousands of these from every grading service in every generation holder as well as raw, these are all as real as they come.
  7. Looks like the other 65/66/67s in this box...
  8. Reverse is same quality as obverse... I tried a few different lighting scenarios...