The bright yellow-gold surfaces of this lustrous double eagle exhibit much prooflike reflectivity against contrasting frosted devices. Some scattered marks are noted in the mirror-like fields, marks that would otherwise be well disguised against a frosty background. Still, the present specimen is pleasing for the grade, indeed choice for the MS-61 range. The 1867 double eagle is much scarcer in Mint State than its mintage of 251,015 pieces suggests. Struck from a polished reverse die with the arrow shafts and heads weakened or absent in places as a result. Uncirculated Type II double eagles never go out of style with serious students of the denomination, so please bid accordingly.