A fantastic über-gem example of this type bearing what seems to be an early precursor to the CRO logo.
And this is leaning toward RB, with considerable faded 236 year-old mint red remaining on the obverse and reverse.
Editor’s Note: I have always been in favor of grading RB coins on a curve based on their age, and, more importantly, the amount of mint red they posses vs others of the same type. So, for example, the amount of red required to meet the threshold for RB on an 18th century coin type that typically comes BN should IMO be lower than on some average Lincoln Penny struck in 1957.
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Cert. #: 5930192-005