MS 1917 Type 1 Quarter - conservation + grade possible?
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I got my hands on this absolutely gorgeous 1917 Type 1 Quarter ... with a single blemish on the back. Under 10/20x magnifaction, it appears to be completely on the surface ... but who knows what's underneath the spot.

This coin has beautiful luster, a surface that I can't see any problems with under a loupe ... it's the best Standing Liberty I've ever personally seen. It's so nice I'm afraid to handle it.

But - back to the spot ; I have no idea what to do with the coin. Is the spot a total dealbreaker for grading? Can it be treated by conservation? Should I just keep it ungraded + enjoy this coin as-is?

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Running up on 2 weeks in moderation for I hope ... what is a valid post.

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