Old Silver Half Dollar Grading Practice – Draped Bust, Seated, Capped Bust, and More Guess the Grade

So many cool half dollars here – had a chance to unbox a bunch of coins that stopped in The Happy Coin, a local coin shop that I am quite close with, and go through them, learning about the coins and practicing my own grading… and I want to try to give you a shot to learn by doing and grading them along with me! Let me know how you do in the comments…

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11 Comments on “Old Silver Half Dollar Grading Practice – Draped Bust, Seated, Capped Bust, and More Guess the Grade”

  1. I was off on a few of em but I know that 1822 is better than a Ms 61. I’d buy it and crack it out and re submit it myself. Have a good day Christian!

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