This is a mislabeled PCGS holder indicating a Reverse of 94 when it is a Reverse of 97. It is unattributed, but the reverse is easily identifiable as Reverse K with two leaves at (C)A and touching the A. The leaf above is directly below I(C). There is a PAIR of leaves under C(E) which is what makes it identifiable as reverse of 97 rather than reverse of 94 (counting leaves on low grade specimens is a hopeless task). Now Reverse K was used only on one die pairing and the obverse date spacing is consistent with that pairing. S-94 R5+ is my attribution.
Now it's overpriced because of it's mislabeling and overgrading, but under priced because it's not properly attributed. Is it a wash? It's up to the buyer to determine.
ps I see Heritage has their 6th example ever up soon. This is about half as frequent as most R5+ Varieties.