Newman 4-E, W-1155 variety, known to exist both as a circa 1688 ‘original’ striking, and as an 1828 era restrike.
And this is one of the nicest examples we’ve seen of this often ugly type. Well struck, with frosty, silvery gray fields, deeper gray devices and considerable eye appeal.
At the time of this writing, PCGS has graded just two at this level, and none higher.
(PCGS Coin #49).
Note that this coin has been verified by CAC.
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