B-1 die variety, considered to be Rarity-5.
Actually, this variety is now known as the 1825/4/2 (per the excellent new book on this series by Steve Tomkins). To quote from Mr. Tomkins: "The B-1 is a very rare die marriage that will be difficult to aquire."
Tomkins goes on to note that there is only one specimen known in uncirculated, that being the Eliasberg specimen.
A nice, original, collector grade example of this very tough issue with pleasing gray, gold and pale green hues.
*This coin (and the rest of the DAyers5000 Collection) will be initially offered only at our Tables 1005 & 1007 at the 2009 FUN Show on a first come, first served basis.
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