1787 New Jersey copper 1/2p, M58-n, W5320, Camel Head, R5. The ubiquitous Camel Head variety is M56-n, which is R1. This is the MUCH rarer variety, M58-n, which is R5. This example has perhaps F15+ details but it is very dark brown, with some underlying surface roughness. In addition to the roughness, there are some minor hairlines and circulation marks hidden within. On the positive side, this is a late die state (LDS) example with a prominent die crack that stretches from the obverse rim at K7 upward into the bottom of the plow. My EAC grade might be F15 net VG8, but see the photos and call it for yourself. I have only owned a couple of these, including the choice PCGS F12 from the Syd Martin collection which is also LDS and resides in my personal collection. From the Furnace Run collection, purchased on eBay in 2013.