Why is one special and the other not?
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One is a 67, the other a 68.  The higher the grade, the higher the price.

It's also a function of the population, the # of coins available at a certain grade.  So, there may be hundreds of coins graded 67, but as shown in your photo pcgs pop 8/0, Eight graded 68, with none finer.  NGC pop shows 4/0. 

Also, just noticed that the 68 was from the JWB collection.  If memory serves correct, the recent JWB sale was a complete sale of a top registry set. 

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10 hours ago, casman said:

One is a 67, the other a 68.  The higher the grade, the higher the price.

It's also a function of the population, the # of coins available at a certain grade.  So, there may be hundreds of coins graded 67, but as shown in your photo pcgs pop 4/0, four graded 68, with none finer.

Well that's crazy. Just one degree brighter. Wow! Good to know. I guess I haven't gotten far enough in to be thinking about how many were minted and such, but here I am now-learning all about it. Thanks Casman!

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