71.0 grains. A planchet crack (as made) just past 6 o'clock on the obverse obscures a four-pellet device in that area that would have helped us determine the die marriage for this piece much quicker. The attribution is still easy to determine, however, due to the shape of the tree and the digit X in the reverse denomination. We note fairly good centering to the strike, much like that seen on the plate coin on page 49 in the new Whitman Colonial coin encyclopedia. Moderately, yet evenly worn, with most major devices remaining fairly bold. There are no abrasions of note, and even steel-gray patina is evident on both sides.