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|grade||A grade is a judgment of a coin's condition. The most common scale of grading coins is the Sheldon Scale. Using the Sheldon Scale, a coin is ranked between 1 and 70 where 70 is the highest possible quality and 1 is the worst possible condition of the coin.||Third Party Grading TPG Sheldon Scale||Nicholas||2010-12-24|
|GSA||General Services Administration (Morgan dollars sold by the Government)||double mike||2011-02-10|
|grading company||Companies that examine coins and grade them, usually with the Sheldon scale.||grade Sheldon scale NGC PCGS ANACS||Nicholas||2011-05-30|
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