The finest graded example of this rare and high-sought after variety. This example has just the lightest wear and the only mark of note is on lady Liberty's chin. This variety was first reported in 2015, but it was known to the discoverer much earlier. Since the announcement of its discovery, only 17 examples have been found, and most of these are low grade examples. No uncirculated examples have been discovered - and many are looking hard for one! The second finest known example (PCGS XF-40) sold for over $9,000 at auction recently. This example was held in a New York state collection since 2005. It was known to be a doubled die, but was not reported until last year. It was just graded by PCGS. The die alignment is as shown.