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  1. I am going to give posting pictures a try Monday, but in my opinion they have trouble telling a 60 from a 66 (okay maybe 63 from 66). I would include the 1902 issues in silver and gold right on through the satin 1965 Churchill. This is a pet gripe of mine, but have seen coins high and low in my esteem and think the consignor is able to "pull" grades. The1902 Edward VII 5 sovereigns is one where rub and original hairlines are allowed on some and not on others. This is also true of the crown of that year where some very fancy prices have been based IMO on the TPG grade as opposed to appeara
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