I also have an ex-Richard Stuart example in NGC63, so nothing to lose... Here is before and after with apologies in advance for slackluster photos: Before: After: I took the last at an angle as I was trying to show lustre on a softly struck copper-nickel coin. For sure there are bag marks but under 5x mag, appears that some of the marks in and around the cheek and neck are planchet issues prior to striking. Anyway, the point of this is to show that decent coins can be had for not a lot of money. Also, some of the colonials are very hard to find well struck or even half way decent appearing during this "late empire" era. Bonus Run On Material: this was cleaned in light ammonia followed by liberal irrigation with H2O and tamp drying.... Reminder: please take time to look and edges, denticles, etc. on Ebay coins & not to mention those in hand.