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  1. Also the paper on the obverse doesn't have the fade from blue to white and the coin might be fake as well. The obverse is 5-6 grades lower than the reverse. You usually never see this, normally even wear front/back...
  2. I'd have to agree, the slab in question doesn't have the little feet that help the slabs stack together on the corners. (Interlock) And this is another reason why I like NGC over PCGS, there is no photo of the graded coin on PCGS website for comparison, which NGC does... Ask for a refund, or file a claim with PayPal as you have been screwed over. Sorry buddy.
  3. Interested in the 2016 Mercury Dime, pm me the info... Heading to bed now if I don't respond. Thanks Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
  4. @numistacker Will appreciate the 1881 $5 Gold Liberty. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
  5. The Vatican & Italian coins Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk More Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
  6. The last batch of NGC coins arrived, lots of good grades and believe or not I'm happier with my Vatican and Italian grades than my perfect Libertads... Lol Even though the 2016 5 onza in PF70 has a population of 4 at the moment. Struck out on the 2 onza, PF69 and PF68... But 2 PF70's out of 3 for the 2015 1 onza... Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
  7. @numistacker what's your take buddy?
  8. Mine arrived today and I guess I'm lucky. At the moment it seems spot free... Under both dim and bright light I don't see any spots or haze...
  9. Very Nice!
  10. They have sizes that fit every coin, even coins smaller than 12mm... I have several 1/25th gold Mongolian Proof coins and they are tinny.
  11. 1964 and older are usually 90% silver except Nickels unless they are WW2 nickels (1942-1945 which are 35%) Check out http://www.silverrecyclers.com it's my favorite site for calculating troy oz...
  12. Yes welcome!
  13. NGC has slabs that fit 10oz Queens Beast, 10oz Lunar and Kilo coins... So yes they do.