I'm seriously into old coins. There are several areas of quality when it comes to collecting and it's incredibly difficult for me to capture these features in a photograph. "Frost" this is an area on the coin where you get a whiteish "frosting" looks powdery but will not rub off, usually you get it on the surface of the cheek. This coin has it, but doesn't show up in the image and for the life of me I can't seem to make any progress, I've played with this coin for several hours and just about every position and type of light. The other area is whats called "DMPL = Deep Mirror Proof Like" this is where the fields of the coin are almost perfectly mirror smooth and reflective, an incredible coin would be one where the entire field is pure mirror and all the raised areas would be frosted and whiteish, called a Black and White. This coin has some decent mirror to it, but all I get is white glare, anyone Here is the obverse, while holding it in my hand I can see all the frosting on the coin, but I can't capture the true image, any idea's?