https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/2676316-012/ Compare that to the ones on PCGS's Coinfacts website: http://www.pcgscoinfacts.com/Coin/Detail/4497 Notice how the coins don't match up, particularly the dates, but other things like star and letter placements too. And it's not like the NGC coin and the Coinfacts coins are different varieties, as there is only one 1822 variety. Given this information, I think the NGC coin is an 1832. This is slightly problematic because a G4 1832 is worth about $30 and a G4 1822 is worth about $2000... so I feel for whoever purchased this as an 1822. What do you all think?