Many of the classic commemoratives were pure cash grabs on the part of the person or people who pushed for them. The Cincinnati is one of the most egregious of these. It commemorates a made-up event, there was no exposition or celebration, and the promoter basically pocketed the money. Nominally, it celebrated 50 years of Cincinnati as a center of music. (I'm sure our friend @leeg can provide a riveting story to go with this coin!) The coins were minted at each of the three mints, Philly, Denver and San Fran. Mintage was limited to 5,000 at each mint. Of these, only 2 have been designated as Prooflike! This particular example was included in the legendary Bagne collection of prooflike commemoratives - and now it's buried deep in my collection. NGC called this MS-64 PL when it was graded a dozen years ago - but I think this could easily be a 65PL today. So, what do you think?