This is a very neat piece. The quality really IS that high end!
To start, we are enamored by the small and thin die crack that runs through shield and just below the neck. We have not seen many die cracks on 20th Century 25C. The surfaces are so immaculate it seems like the coin rested in one safe place for many years. A good luster enlivens the light toning on both sides. The coin does have a deeper silvery look and is NOT dull or drab. Miss Liberty and the details are extremely well struck. The rivets and 99% visible. The overall eye appeal is really nice!
PCGS 58, NGC 32, CAC 14. PCGS has graded only 8 in MS66+FH and 7 in MS67 FH. Keep in mind, and MS67FH will probably cost you around $20,000.00-if you can even find one! Even in MS66FH, 1927 is not a date we see with any frequency.