One of just 6,738 reported to have been struck, and a classic date nearly throughout the scope of American numismatics. Pleasantly toned, bringing to mind long-term storage in an old time album. Rich gold, red, blue and green accent the obverse, while the reverse is mostly silver gray with rings of toning near the rims. As expected for the grade, the rims have faded into the legends, but nearly all letters of the of the reverse are at least 50% visible, while the peripheral details of the obverse are somewhat sharper. The date is complete and the central details are actually quite good. Not a high-grade survivor, but very desirable nonetheless and requiring not a single apology. This is the rarer of the two known varieties, and the Condition Census for the variety extends down to VF, while that of the B-1 variety includes only Mint State pieces.