I'd appreciate grading help with 2 1951 quarters; one has "A" in GRATIA pointing at a denticle, the other has "A" in GRATIA pointing - I believe - between denticles. I'm not sure which is a high relief and which is a low relief or what grades they may be. Thanks in advance.
Pointing AT denticle:
Point between denticle:
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Both are high relief,the last A in gratia points to a denticle,and the lettering is quite flared.1951 low relief are found in PL(proof-like) strikes only,the odds of finding one in circulation would be remote,thus reliable guides don't give a value for grades below AU.Your coins are VG and worth bullion value.
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