1962 Franklin Half Dollar Proof - PCGS PR68CAM
A very nice cameo Franklin Half Dollar proof, this coin was graded as a PR68CAM by PCGS. This Franklin has what seems to be a "deep cameo" as compared to other proof coins that I have and has a very deep and appealling contrast. I can say with all certainty that this is no "borderline CAM" and it perhaps could have went DCAM on another day. As you know, Cameo designation by PCGS is not an easy thing to figure out as it is hugely subjective and varies widely.
Grade: PCGS PR68CAM.
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Additional Notes: Fresh certification, but pre PCGS "+" certification.
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