This Corona Virus lock-down, which seems to be and in fact might be endless is getting to me and my wife. Her patience is at an end, especially with respect to her 91 old father who is having memory and health issues. She is his main advocate and yet the lock down makes her job 10 times harder. On a recent trip the hospital, they managed to lose all of his clothes and his expensive hearing aids. She's unhappy; I'm unhappy. So to get my mind off of this manure, it's time for a diverstion. Guess the grade on this 1864 copper-nickel cent. The mint made these coins early in the year before the decision was made to change the weight and composition of the cent to something simlar to the Civil War tokens. Here are the unflattering "dead on" shots of this coin. And here are the angle shots, which show the luster and more of the color. So what would you grade it?