Yes, please see below:
|MS||Mint State||This grade indicates that the coin is in superior condition. It is often used by grading companies and ranges from MS60-MS70.|
|BU||Brilliant Uncirculated||This refers to coins that have never been in circulation and have very minimal wear. These are also known as “Mint State” or “Uncirculated.”|
|AU||Almost Uncirculated||This refers to coins with slight wear and circulation, as well as 95% of their original design present.|
|XF||Extra Fine||This grade indicates that the coin only has light wear. 90% of the design will be intact and the scratches and flaws will only be on the coin’s highest points.|
|VF||Very Fine||This grade indicates up to 25% of the original design is smoothed.|
|Fine||Fine||This grade indicates major signs of wear, with as much as half the design smoothed.|
|VG||Very Good||This grade indicates significant signs of wear throughout the coin.|
|G||Good||This grade indicates up to 90% of the original design is smoothed. A coin with this grade will be heavily worn.|
|Cull||Cull||A cull coin is in extremely bad condition and can be considered a non-collectible.|
“Certified” coins have been graded and authenticated by the PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) or the NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation). These coins are given serial numbers for verification and placed in plastic slabs. Certified coins are graded on a scale of 1-70, 70 being a coin in perfect condition.
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) and the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) are both third-party services that grade and certify coins. They are the two most well-known and highly respected independent coin grading companies in the U.S. All coins listed as PCGS MS70 or NGC MS70 are in Mint State Perfect condition; however, the PCGS MS70 coins were certified as such by the Professional Coin Grading Service, whereas the NGC MS70 coins were given that grade designation by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
Those are both proof coins with a numerical grade of 69 on the Coin Grading Scale. PR is the designation the PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) uses to denote proof coins; PF is the designation the NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) uses.