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That 1930 SL must have some PL surfaces to get the star designation, because it wasn't the toning (obviously)

 

Congrats! :acclaim:

 

Most likely that is the case. I will know for sure when I get it .

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That 1930 SL must have some PL surfaces to get the star designation, because it wasn't the toning (obviously)

 

Congrats! :acclaim:

 

I have the 1930 NGC 66 Star in hand and all I can say is wow.

The Lustre is outstanding with an amazing cartwheel effect. The surfaces are pristine other then a very minor small hairline scratch on the reverse only visible under magnification and one very minor nick on the liberties leg. The strike is also very strong. I know this date is know for a great strike so I was not really surprised especially for the grade. All but one star on the observe are fully struck , the one that is not fully stuck is just slightly flat. All lines in the shield are there, the third and forth rivets are flat but there.

 

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Vey nice SLQ Mark. If you ever get tired of it.....

Here's another star that I have 1882-s MS65. It's nice, but I have to admit I'm not quite sure it's worthy of the * designation (the reverse is blast white)

 

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its potentially a star, just not at a 65... :whistle:

adam :)

It is a MS65* graded by NGC ToniDanza, I just feel that I didn't see enough eye-appeal to be considered star-worthy, but apparently the folks at NGC did

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