It's a good section of the forums for the YN's here, wish CT has a forum for YN's too. ;)
Hmm, with that nick on the cheek: MS64. (imo)
The primary area looks rather good, I would call it an ms65 perhaps an ms65+. However the coin is very common, I will grade it ms66 for how the pictures are presented.8 years ago
Being an 1881-S, I'm going to guess MS-65PL? Nice clean cheek and very frosty. The toning is pretty neat too! (Isn't that the date/mm combination with the best mirrors?)
Heh, 68 posts as of now on this thread. :)
Because Mr. Ellis - an ANA governor - likes the number 69 I will take this spot, also he isn't not a YN, but its all fun...
To move posting along: I have a local coin club show coming up this weekend!
Okay, so perhaps it could grade an ms66 on a nice day... either way a nice coin!