An instantly saleable coin, this problem-free example would fit nicely into a budget-minded gold type set. True, both sides are heavily worn, but we stress that all major design elements are fully outlined. The date and C mintmark are very bold, and there is some intricate detail remaining in the recessed areas of Liberty's portrait and the reverse eagle. Olive-gold and orange-gold colors compete for dominance as the coin rotates under a light. While the surfaces are well worn from extensive circulation, the only individually mentionable abrasion is a single graze below ES of STATES. A more affordable, yet still relatively problem-free representative of Liberty half eagle production in the Charlotte Mint.