United States Constitution Article 1 Section 10:"No State shall make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts".
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Sheldon Coin Grading Scale:
AG-3 (About Good)
G-6 (Good Plus)
VG-8 (Very Good)
VF-20 (Very Fine)
VF-30 (Good Very Fine)
EF-40 (Extremely Fine)
XF-45 (Choice Ex-Fine)
AU-50 (About Uncir)
AU-55 (Good About Uncir)
AU-58 (Choice About Uncirc)
Uncirculated (Mint State) Grades:
MS-70 (flawless coin)
Proof coins are graded PR60 - PR70 (PR70 is flawless)
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