From the Stacks Bowers auction on 10/30/18, where this coin was lot #6207 and described as: “1786 New Jersey Copper. Maris 23-R, W-4945. Rarity-3. Narrow Shield, Curved Plow Beam, Blundered Six. Fine-15 (PCGS). 148.20 grains. An evenly worn and attractive example of this Blundered Six variety. The complexion is overall glossy, with a beautiful marbling of chocolate brown and darker coffee shades. The dies are drawn negligibly towards 7 o'clock on each face, though the motifs are unaffected. The central obverse is peppered with natural planchet striations which go largely unnoticed to the naked eye. Provenance: From the Cohasco Collection of Colonials formed by Sir Philip H. Snyder, circa 1963-68.” Overall a very attractive example, even nicer in hand than in photos, and I consider it a Plus coin.