The year 1802 is normally not a year a focus on when it comes to early U.S copper, preferring to focus on the earlier issues. I did, however, decide to make an exception for this particular coin, and having it now in-hand has confirmed this decision. The pictures capture as best as I am able the actual appearance and color of the coin. Copper is notoriously difficult to image well! Some surface marks are present as seen, but the obverse shows nice, smooth surfaces and color, while the reverse is less uniform as far as color is concerned. Both sides are free of any corrosion or verdigris. Your comments are much appreciated.