American Grading Companies' use of "PL"
I need help. Canadian coins graded by American grading companies don't seem to maintain the same nomenclature. For instance you often see Canadian dollars graded as PL 66 bu then ANACS will have MS 66 then lower "PL". Does anybody know if they mean it is a beautiful version of a ms 66 coin or a proof (PF66) coin or "proof-like" (PL66) by Canadian standards. The reason i'm asking is that there is a huge difference in price. I might buy a ANACS MS 66 PL and send it to ICCS or CCCS and it could come back a "high relief" MS 66??? or would it come back as simply PL 66??
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