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Oh it totally depends. If you send it to a proper TPG and depending on how well the coin is struck and preserved, as in how well you kept the mint set intact from postage handling, grades can vary from the years.

 

Now I'm not an US coinage expert so I'll let the others handle. But be warned, numbers don't really mean anything if you include minor TPGs such as the notorious SGS.

 

The fastest way is that you pick up a ANA grading guide book which I often see the most popular book recommended.

 

Welcome to coinpeople by the way :ninja:

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I've just inherited some proof sets, From 1955 to current, I plan on keeping it up. I also received some nice peace dollars that were graded at ms65 and ms66. I really haven't had a lot of time to go thru all of it yet, those are just what I have identified so far. there is more to go thru.

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