We all know how tight PCGS has been, so its no surprise that this coin really is a 66.9+++.
Superior deep mirrors glitter boldly from all over. The mirrors have bold clarity, cleanliness (to note there is a microscopic grease dot on the 5 on the reverse), and are highly reflective. When you twirl the coin the mirrors look like freshly formed ice. A highly seductive mix of original nickel blue/pale gold swirls all over. All of the details are fully struck and have light frost. The eye appeal is really delightful!
PCGS 214, NGC 222, CAC 71. PCGS has graded 17 in PR66+. The last PCGS piece to sell in auction brought $1,293.00 06/2014. Prices have come way down ever since and this coin can be had at bargain price!