From the Heritage sale of the James E. Blake collection on 09/05/23, where this was lot #93122 and described as: “1787 New Jersey Copper, VF35. Second U Over S in PLURIBUS. Scarce Guide Book Variety, M. 55-m. 1787 New Jersey Copper, Second U Over S in PLURIBUS, M. 55-m, W-5305, R.4, VF35 PCGS. 141.6 grains. Choice VF sharpness despite some faint planchet streaks. A late die state, with a bold die crack from the top edge between B and U of PLURIBUS. The underlying S beneath the second U in PLURIBUS is clear. This is a listed New Jersey variety on page 69 of the 2024 Guide Book. PCGS Population: (2/1). From The James E. Blake Collection of United States Colonial Coins & Tokens.” Looking at the PCGS website, it appears that an AU58 example is the highest graded, followed by at least three VF35’s, including this example. The PCGS label includes "U over S, Maris 55-m" and "141.6 grs", coin# 763315.35/34176360. This coin realized $1,860 in that auction, and I am asking the full PCGS price guide value of $3,250 on my website and eBay.