P-00 ( No Grade ) : This “ grade ” is used for coins in which the coin, date, and/or mintmark can not be identified. This grade is used only for coins in identical bad condition. This grade is not used by the popular grade services, like PCGS and NGC. P-01 : This is used when the date, type, and mintmark can be identified, but the other details can not. The rims are worn, the high gear details are gone, and the coin is in poor condition. FR-02 : The coin is in poor people discipline, the rims are barely visible, and few details are visible.
Reading: American Numismatic Association
AG-03 : Most letters and details on the the mint are visible and/or clear. G-04 : Letters are largely wide, but rims are worn. G-06 : Letters and many details are full and the rim is less wear. VG-08 : The entire coin is wear and letters, while full, are easy. VG-10 : The entire mint is worn and the letters, while full moon, are piano, but sharper than VG-08. F-12 : Letters are shrill, but parts of the coin are still worn. F-15 : Letters are sharp, but parts of the coin are slightly worn. VF-20 : Details are not shrill, but all shown to some extent. VF-25 : Almost complete details, but many design areas are easy. VF-30 : Almost complete details, and the blueprint areas are sharper than VF-25. VF-35 : While wear is clearly, all details are shown clearly. EF-40 : besides known as XF-40, minor wear is on the high details.
EF-45 : besides known as XF-45, minor wear is on some of the high details. AU-50 : slender wear is obvious, specially on the eminent points. AU-53 : slender wear can be seen, but largely on the high points. AU-55 : little wear can be seen, but only on the high points. AU-58 :
Slight wear can be seen only on the highest points of the coin.
60-70 is reserved for uncirculated and proof coinage that is uncirculated. Uncirculated coins that were meant for circulated or had a circulating polish will get an MS, or mint state rate, while proof coins that were meant for collectors with a particular proof finish and careful handle will get a PR, or proof mark. PR can besides be stated as PF. The lower grades in these categories are reserved for coins with respective marks and imperfections, while the higher grades are reserved for coins with no marks or fabulously minimal marks and exceeding eye appeal.
One can use this scale to grade your coins yourself* or to provide an estimate estimate of the grade of a coin you ‘re about to send off to be graded.
*If you grade a coin yourself, it will most likely not be the demand correct grade that a company like PCGS would give it. Please be mindful that any grade you put on a coin is largely for your own use and should not be used to sell a mint.
The grading scale is particularly helpful if you ‘re newfangled to coin roll up and is unaware of mint grades and would like to learn or is just curious what those numbers on the coin slab by PCGS, NGC, ANACS, and IGC beggarly .
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