The 1864 ($300/1,250) copper-nickel variety is the toughest to locate in high grades with eye appeal, followed by 1863 ($300/950) and 1861 ($325/950).
1860 ($325/950) is more easily found but is the toughest to locate fully struck. 1862 ($300/875) is slightly more common than 1860 and is the least expensive MS65 CN. All are rare in bright, lustrous copper-nickel white gold, free of marble-like planchet toning. Weakly struck feather tips, especially the first three in the headdress, are the norm on all dates due to the hard composition of the alloy.