132.1 grains. A popular obverse die with collectors so named due to the prominent break that bisects the top of the portrait. This is a mostly medium brown examples with swirls of darker olive-charcoal patina also evident, generally around the peripheries. Microscopically rough in texture, but to no great detriment, there are also a few minor flan fissures in evidence, as well as a curving pin scratch along the lower obverse border. Overall heavily worn, yet with all major design elements at least partially outlined; those on the reverse are fully and boldly outlined. The strike is nicely centered on both sides, a positive attribute not shared by the example in Ford IX, lot 403.