I knew it was a 65 originally. I agree with near monster toning. Once again, I don’t see the 65 grade. It is much cleaner than that, and as I previously said, 66 made sense (given the strict grade on 1881s coins). It is unfortunate, as an NGC 65* with that degree of near monster toning would sell for a lot—probably thousands. PCGS definitely screwed you with an insane grade, and offered nothing in the way of recognition for eye appeal. It will still sell well, as that coin has extremely nice reverse toning.