1804mo Th Mexico 8r Ngc Unc Details Surface Hairlines

1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines
1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines


1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines



1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines


1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines


1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines



1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines
1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines

1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines

1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines

1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines

1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines



1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines  1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines


1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines. NGC certified/verified, graded, and encapsulated the pictured coin. The pictured coin has excellent, strong, and sharp strikes on both the obverse and reverse.

Charles IV 8 Reales 1804 oM-TH UNC Details (Surface Hairlines). A broad and pleasing specimen with evenly-toned steel gray surfaces and Mint State detail throughout.
Despite the details assignment, surface hairlines are virtually invisible to the unaided eye, and blend nicely into the surrounding patina. The surface hairlines on the obverse of the pictured coin are located in two spots. The first spot is around the date 1804, the second spot is just below the neck of CAROLUS IIII. Pictures #2 and #6 are the best pictures to see the surface hairlines on the obverse of the pictured coin.

It takes a strong magnifying glass to see the surface hairlines on the obverse when you are holding the pictured coin. Also, we had to scan the pictured coin at 2400 DPI to get a clear picture of the surface hairlines. The surface hairlines on the reverse of the pictured coin are located in two spots. The first spot is around the ND letters at center-bottom of the pictured coin, the second spot is to the left of the bottom of the crown on the the reverse of the pictured coin.

Pictures #4 and #10 are the best pictures to see the surface hairlines on the obverse of the pictured coin. Again, it takes a strong magnifying glass to see the surface hairlines on the reverse when you are holding the pictured coin. To look at the pictured coin without a strong magnification the pictured coin appears to be near perfect.

The hues and the toning are appropriate for a coin that is 200+ years old. Certified/verified and graded coins take much, if not very close to all, of the worry and concern about collecting coins. Uncertified and ungraded coins can be cleaned, whizzed, counterfeited and doctored in many other ways. Certified/verified and graded coins by a reputable Third Party Grader (TPG) such as. Insure your coin collection is more valuable and protected since the graded coins are encapsulated. Our goal is to respond to all. Comments, and/or questions within 1 hour or less from 5:00AM (CST) to 11:00PM (CST) Sunday thru Saturday. We review, except for automatic acceptance, all. Thank you for your time and interest!! We used the scanner option on an HP Officejet Pro L7500 Series Printer to provide the pictures of this coin. File type: JPG (JPEG Image). We have tried to get the pictures of this very desirable coin as close to spot-on as possible. The scan parameters above assure most if not all bag marks, toning, imperfections, strike, etc. Are shown in the pictures; even after resizing of the scan/picture. At 2400 DPI and +50 Contrast we believe this gives you the experience of being in a coin store and looking at the pictured coin through a very good magnifying glass.

Our philosophy on pictures is to show all the marks/imperfections on the coin for sale. We want you to feel confident in the coin you are adding to your collection. Some scratches on the holder may even show. We could change the parameters so this doesn't happen, but some imperfections on the coin might not show. It is usually very easy to distinguish between marks on the holder and marks on the coin. But you are the judge, please review the pictures. The pictures are of the coin you will receive.

We have isolated different sections of this great coin for closer inspection. The ability to rotate individual pictures sometimes helps to focus on small details that are important. If all of your items qualify for.

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The item "1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines" is in sale since Sunday, February 10, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\North & Central America\Mexico\Colonial (up to 1821)".bvtxfpc" and is located in Georgetown, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico
  • Certification Number: 4246734-009
  • Certification: NGC
  • Mintmark: oM
  • ASW: 0.7797 oz.
  • Weight: 27.07 grams
  • Mintage: Unknown
  • Grade: UNCIRCULATED DETAILS
  • KM #: 109
  • Orientation: Coin alignment
  • Country: Mexico
  • Year: 1804
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Silver
  • Denomination: 8 Reales
  • Design: Pillars-Type Cob


1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines  1804MO TH Mexico 8R NGC UNC DETAILS Surface Hairlines