This coin doesn't exist. Well, except for here. Because I've never seen another like it. Neither has Google.
An extreme high grade version of my favourite bust on a huge coin made from untarnished silver which remains brilliant after a hundred years. Nice..
Always hard to determine grade when you're looking at hair. You can lose details that you won't notice if you haven't seen what it looks like mint.
In addition to the details the background is important. I like mirror fields but matte finish is nice. Luster makes it glisten and makes it extra attractive.
I always expect to see these in lower grades. They made a bazillion and people could carry around lots of them in pockets.
Ernest Pittman owned one of the finest coin collections ever. He died anyway. This was one of his coins.
Not only is the coin 170 years old but there was a printing error. 4 on top of a 3 can be seen. I can't imaging they had presses to print this precise so 4/3 isn't as odd as it would be today.
Art. History. Incidental investment.