Here is an example of the very rare 1897 High Tide Penny variety, which I picked up last week.
I bought it slabbed in England as roughly the equivalent of an Ms 63. It might make 64 , especially given the obverse. This is the first piece of this variety I have seen in good condition.
So , only one piece to go to finish off a complete type set of Victoria copper and bronze. Only the Heaton Mint halfpenny to go. I saw one in basic Unc today. Looking for a gem.
I will see if my bud Welsh Dragon would agree on my grading assessment, since he won my contest a while back.