UNC Details - what does it mean?
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Good day.

 

Today I got the first graded coins.

 

And some coins are graded as UNC Details. Why so? Why not MS-61 or MS-65?

 

What is better UNC Details, or MS-61?

 

Explain please?

 

Regards,

Sergej.

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Hi Sergej,

 

A coin that has been graded UNC DETAILS means that it has a surface condition that precludes it from receiving a numeric grade. That would include coins that have been cleaned, are corroded, have damage, etc. For more information about NGC Details Grading check out the page on our website ( link).

 

Thank you for your question.

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