Sheldon-13 variety, considered to be low Rarity-4.
A nice example of one of the most difficult spots to fill in a US type set.
Just over 11,000 pieces were minted, with probably not more than 300 of those surviving today. And among those, a great many are damaged, corroded or otherwise impaired or are just plain ugly.
This is an unusually attractive example of this issue in this grade level, with choice golden brown color on both the obverse and reverse.
There is a single small pit to the left of Lady Liberty and a minor mark or two, but overall the surfaces are far better than that typically seen.
In all, a most suitable example for type with the next step up in grade, assuming such a coin can be located at all, costing significantly more.
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