From the 08/19/23 Stacks Syd Martin Part IV auction where this coin was lot #8321 and described as: “Very Choice Miller 33.2-Z.5. Ex 1975 EAC Sale. 1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 33.2-Z.5, W-3340. Rarity-1. Draped Bust Left. AU-55 (PCGS). 128.1 grains. Glossy chocolate brown, uniformly so across each side, with traces of retained mint luster in the protected recesses. A really lovely example centered just a hair off, but only the bases of the date digits are affected. Peripheral details are sharp, while there is a bit of the usual central weakness and a trace of natural planchet roughness that comes with it. Only one or two very small natural flaws are noted on each side, and all are located such that their expression is minimized. One of the more common uses of this workhorse obverse that is known with five different pairings. The die has definitely begun to show wear here, with two prominent bulges in the left field and a few small cracks noted in the legend. This reverse, however, was only used in this pairing. It seems to have cracked early, as though this is a common variety, none have been seen without the long horizontal break at the left center. Certainly some nicer ones exist, but this is a very choice specimen in every respect. Provenance: From the Sydney F. Martin Collection. Earlier from Pine Tree's 1975 EAC Sale, February 1975, lot 269; our (Stack's) sale of May 2000, lot 41; Jim LaSarre, via John Agre and Dave Wnuck (Coin Rarities Online), June 2006.” PCGS #685204.55/46983600 with “DB Left, Miller 33.2-Z.5, EAC 1975” on the label. This coin realized $1,920 in that auction, and my asking price on my website and eBay is $2,499. Please make sure you SIGN IN to your account on my website to see DISCOUNTED pricing.