From the 09/02/12 Goldberg’s sale of the Carvin Goodridge collection, where this coin was lot #59 and described as: “1795 C-6a R2 Without Pole G5. Double Struck over a TAL Cent. Glossy uniform dark chocolate and steel, possibly retoned. Smooth and attractive. Just a few minor marks, including a rim nick above the E in LIBERTY. Double struck, but the only clear evidence of the double strike is at ICA where an extra CA is located about a millimeter from the normal CA. In addition there is strong undertype from the TAL Cent near the rim before the portrait and at F-AMERICA. The date is faint but can be made out with some effort and the legends are complete, although STATES is weak. Weight 80.4 grains. Estimated Value $200-UP. Ex Ralph Langham (bourse dealer) 8/24/1984.” The coin realized $460 in that 2012 auction; I took this coin in trade from WM on 07/11/23, and there are five envelopes or inserts with the coin, including the Goldberg lot ticket, a Hannigan’s insert, Bob Grellman’s handwritten notes, an old white envelope, and a newer white envelope. This is a very nice example, smooth glossy dark chocolate and extremely attractive, with the obvious error as a nice bonus!