Should this ASE be a MS70? Part 2

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Should this ASE be a MS70? Part 2

#1 Unread post by budung » Wed Jan 02, 2019 3:41 pm

Hi all. I thoroughly went over my 2016 ASE Early Release and graded by NGC as MS70. It looks like NGC did not also do a good job in grading this particular coin. At the obverse, the rim area between 7:00 to 9:00 o'clock were found to have chipped rim in 3 different areas.The field below the "I" of LIBERTY have holes near the rim. Date is doubled. On the reverse letters of the motto are not solid and crisp. One of the talons of left leg is chipped. Both sides of the banner are also chipped. Hairlines on the left field between the stars and left wing. Ball like formation on the lower lips of Liberty. Chin and nose are doubled.
IMG_0140 NGC.JPG
Chip 1
IMG_0142 NGC.JPG
Chip 2
IMG_0146 NGC.JPG
Chip 3
IMG_0148 NGC.JPG
Hole on the field below "I"
2016 NGC Strike Doubling.JPG
Date doubled
2016 NGC Chipped Claw.JPG
Chipped Claw
2016 NGC Hairlines (2).JPG
Hairlines
IMG_0173 2016 ASE Chin.JPG
Balled lower lips and double chin
2016 NGC Chipped of Ribbon Rim 2.JPG
Chipped left side banner
2016 NGC Shaved of Ribbon Rim.JPG
Chipped right side banner
NGC claims that in their 32 years of existence they have graded more than 42 million coins. That makes approximately 3,595 gradings a day at 24/365. It may be possible they can do but sadly maybe at the expense of quality. I verified this coin in the NGC website and they even have he details and picture of it.
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Re: Should this ASE be a MS70? Part 2

#2 Unread post by budung » Wed Jan 02, 2019 3:44 pm

Sorry forgot to include photo of the encapsulated coin
NGC 2016 ASE OBV.JPG
Obverse ASE 2016 NGC
NGC 2016 ASE REV.JPG
Reverse ASE 2016 NGC

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Re: Should this ASE be a MS70? Part 2

#3 Unread post by budung » Fri Jan 04, 2019 11:59 am

Is there any chance NGC will change the coin (one on one) with a really MS70? Your suggestions will be a great help. Thank you.

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Re: Should this ASE be a MS70? Part 2

#4 Unread post by PetesPockets55 » Fri Jan 04, 2019 8:00 pm

I believe their policy is to offer a credit for the cost of slabbing the coin, which may not get back all the cost differential.

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Re: Should this ASE be a MS70? Part 2

#5 Unread post by PALH1 » Sun Jan 06, 2019 11:06 am

good luck !!

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Re: Should this ASE be a MS70? Part 2

#6 Unread post by budung » Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:28 pm

Thank you guys for the response. Still don’t know what I will do.

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