It is a sought after variety among EAC collectors and I am quite happy with as it is often found in lower grades. At grades of F12 and above (specially above!) auction prices rise rapidly. This one is quite nice and with very appealing tone, but it does have some thin hairlines at the bottom of the reverse. More evident in photos than in-hand. This is one variety which is often mis-attributed by sellers: many are advertised as Medium Letters which they in fact are not. One fast way to distinguish the Medium specially between from other 1830's is by looking at the spacing between the individual letters in 'STATES', specially between 'T A T E'. On N-6 the letters are LESS widely spaced at their base that on the Normal Letter varieties. This becomes more evident once you have seen a few. I have attached a picture comparing the reverses of two 1830 cents to illustrate this.