There are a few long pin scratches on the obverse and reverse. Two slip down from Liberty's face into the right obverse field, another extends outside stars 12 and 13 along the dentils. A flurry of much finer scratches is found around Liberty's ear. On the reverse there are two more scratches, one through each of the eagle's wings to the rim above. Average surfaces otherwise with small nicks but most of the devices and lettering are present with full rims. An important and short lived type coin that is in far greater demand than there are coins to fill it. Mintage of 6,146 pieces is likely correct, as no more quarters were struck until 1804 when new hubs were finally prepared for this series to incorporate the new Heraldic Eagle style reverse. Survivors of this initial 1796 issue are rare, many have problems far worse than seen here, and show greater wear.