What do you think of these silver surfaces?
This is a silver medal where I thought the toning was interesting and I was wondering what people thought of this.
The auction cataloguer describes this as:
Lovely frosty to semi-prooflike surfaces are pleasingly toned in iridescent champagne-pink and steel-olive. The strike is sharply executed with all design elements crisp.
The strike looks good for what seem to be fairly high relief central elements for the bell and Independence Hall.
This appears to be a fairly rare medal. It's listed as a R8. PCGS has 1 in the census and NGC has 2. I haven't found any photos of the 2 NGC specimens, so I'm not sure if the PCGS specimen is also one of the NGC ones.
This is cataloged as So-Called Dollar HK-23.