The die cracks in the upper right quadrant of reverse are moderately heavy with a couple small die breaks evident with the horizontal shield lines and upper right wreath.
Obverse will later be paired with another reverse. Comments by David Poliquin.
Obverse is identified by repunching to the south on the 8 and 3 and a triangular die chip located between the TA of STATES. Develops a rim break directly below the 86 of the date.
Reverse may be identified by a moderately sized die chip within the T of CENT. The following die cracks are observed:
1. Die crack from the denticles at 12:45 through the horizontal shield lines of the shield.
2. Die crack intersects die crack from #1 and continues downward to the middle arrowhead.
3. Die crack from the rim at 2:00 intersects die crack from #2.
4. Die crack from the rim at 3:45 intersects die crack from #2.