From the Stacks sale of the Clem Schettino collection on 01/26/10, where it was lot 4282 and described as: "1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 30-L, W-5090. Rarity-3. VF-35. 146.8 grains. 27.8 mm. Choice hard light brown surfaces show excellent gloss and eye appeal. Aside from a truly minuscule rim bump over R of CAESAREA and a similarly unimpressive one over B of PLURIBUS, we are hard pressed to find a post-striking flaw on this piece. A toning spot is present between AR of CAESAREA. The die state is both late and impressive, with a significant diagonal line of swelling from near the rim left of the date to absolute central obverse. A simply beautiful coin for the grade, perhaps even within the Condition Census, which drifts into VF territory. A very desirable example for any New Jersey enthusiast. Provenance: From the Clem Schettino Collection of New Jersey Coppers." I believe the Mike Demling won this coin in the Schettino sale, and I purchased it from Mike at EAC St. Louis 05/15/22. Mike's envelope is with the coin and notes VF35 and MDS. This coin was originally raw but is now in a PCGS VF30 holder as seen in the photos, with "Maris 30-L Deep Chest" listed on the PCGS label. Absolutely a gorgeous coin, certainly Plus if not fully Choice, and should be at the lower end of the CC. This coin realized $2990 in the Stacks auction back in 2010, now offered at a significantly lower price.