The best identifying defect is a fine planchet lamination that arcs through stars 12 & 13, as struck. MDS with the usual rim cud break from star 8 to star 11. The attribution is noted on the PCGS label.
There is a planchet lamination touching the lowest curl and the last two stars plus a light edge dent over IC in AMERICA. Mottled light and medium brown. Late die state: The lapping lines on both dies are gone. The crumbling at the obverse dentils is slightly stronger and the flowlines through the reverse legend are more severe. Provenance: Clinton Hollins, 2/1/1982-Jack H.Noyes Census 63C-61-55+(2)-45(3)-40(3)-40--35(3)-30(5)- 25(7). TCC 20/26 25(25) Ave B/A.