An elusive date in Mint State, as are most Type II Liberty double eagles. This frosty honey-gold specimen is alive with bold luster and pale rose toning highlights. If not for the plainly visible mark on Liberty's cheek, we suggest the coin may have received a nominally higher grade at PCGS. Be that as it may, we note here that just nine examples of the date have been certified finer than the present piece by PCGS, with the finest of those at MS-63. Whether you are hard at work on a meaningful Liberty double eagle collection or simply appreciate rare coins that provide a challenge, the present coin should suit you to the proverbial "T."