From the Goldberg’s sale of the Davy error collection, sold as lot #244 on 09/19/10, where it was described as: “1808 C-3 R1 VG8. Double Struck over Off Center Obverse Brockage. Sharpness F12 but the field behind the portrait is covered with fine pinscratches and there are some more along the top of the bust. Rather glossy chocolate and steel brown with darker steel brown toning on the high points. Double struck. One impression is an off center obverse brockage. The normal obverse on this strike was about 10% off center to K-4.5 while the other side has a 60% off center obverse brockage. The other strike was normal and rather well centered on the planchet. The date of the off center strike hangs slightly off the planchet but it remains strong. The date from the centered strike is represented by the second 8 nestled into the lowest curl. The bust of the off center obverse also shows clearly in the field above the centered bust. The off center obverse brockage covers the right third of the reverse and the incuse LIBER is strong. A complicated but visually pleasing multiple error. E-MDS. Davy #08.3.22.” Ex Dr. Thomas S. Chalkley, Superior 1/28/90:87 (via Don Valenziano 2/1/90); Davy Collection; Goldberg’s 09/19/20:244:244:$1553; CVM; David Consolo; Shawn A. Yancey 10/17/22.