When Did We Get So Sharp?

Everhart, Clay
March 2005
Virginia Numismatist;Spring2005, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p5
Discusses the origin of the practice of sharpness grading with coin dealers and auctions. Start of the idea of sharpness; Comparison between sharpness and net grade; Tendency to state a coin's sharpness.


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