Miscellaneous Quiz / Numismatic Coin Grading Abbreviations

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AbbreviationTermAdditional Information
C.Only Major Design Elements Distinguishable
AGDesign details are flat and appear in outline. Portions of the rim are lost to wear.
PRHeavily worn; only basal detail remains.
MSUncirculated Coins Graded from 60-70
AFHeavy wear on the high points and the major design elements are nearly visible.
Fr. or FACoin is identifiable, design is flat and visible in outline, and rim is essentially indistinguishable from coin fields.
EFA well-preserved coin with a grade range from 40 to 49 on a grading scale of 1 to 70.
AUTraces of light wear are evident on the high points of the coin's design.
VFMajor details of the coin are clear although light wear is evident; the high points show moderate wear.
AbbreviationTermAdditional Information
AVG.A coin in unremarkable condition
XFDesign features are well defined, although light wear is evident throughout.
GDesign details are flat and visible in outline. Some portions of the design may be faint.
Circ.A coin which has seen use
BU or B.U.A coin that has never been circulated and retains all of its original mint luster.
VGHeavy wear flattens design elements, although major features are clearly outlined.
Unc.A coin that shows no wear or evidence of circulation.
FModerate wear or many elements with heavy wear on high points. The major design elements remain visible.

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