From the Heritage sale of the James E. Blake collection on 09/05/23, where this was lot #93123 and described as: “1787 New Jersey Copper, AU55. 'Camel Head,' M. 56-n. Sans Undertype. 1787 New Jersey Copper, Camel Head, Maris 56-n, W-5310, R.1, AU55 PCGS. This handsome medium-brown example is evenly defined and minimally abraded. The reverse is well-centered but the obverse is slightly off center toward 5 o'clock. Most of the date is present. Unlike a majority of Camel Head coppers, which were struck over any available copper, the present piece is on good stock and shows no sign of an undertype. Listed on page 70 of the 2024 Guide Book. From The James E. Blake Collection of United States Colonial Coins & Tokens.” The PCGS website shows the top graded Camel Heads as two MS62, three AU58, and then five AU55, including this coin, which is also one of the photographed examples on Coinfacts. This coin realized $2,528.40 in the Heritage auction, and I am asking $3,750 on my website and eBay.