It's not quite the ones you might expect either. I have seen the two Smithsonian coins. These are not the ones. I have seen the "legal one", the Fenton/Farouk specimen. Not that one either. I have seen the one on display last year at Denver. I'm not sure which one that is. This new display will contain TWO of the "Langbord" specimens, and the one that was voluntarily surrendered to the Mint by an anonymous owner just a few months ago. You needn't have worried, folkies. By winning the Langbord case, the Mint has decided that "We The People" owning them means we get FAR superior access to them than in the status quo ante. Buuuuuut, you might need to get on at least a train.