What am I missing here as this example listed on eBay with a starting price of $29.99 CAD sold for $1,624.00 CAD with 6 bidders placing 18 bids.
Here was one: https://www.coinarchives.com/w/lotviewer.php?LotID=5975352&AucID=6848&Lot=72343&Val=0b6de0afb1c052325b8c0db73c11274b .
@Sergey74 Yeah that's a higher grade non corroded example on which having sold for $120.00 makes sense.
It is Charlton # WE-13B, Withers # 1506 with a Rarity of R10. Charlton value is $7500 CAD in XF.
Compare the ground points in relation the E's of Penny and Token. This piece the ground nearly touches the letters. There is also a tuft of grass behind the last hoof. In the OP photo the tuft has green PVC on it.
The common variety, WE-13A, Withers 1505, has noticeable gaps between the ground points and letters and without the tuft of grass.
The AU58 example was a bargain at $120US.
@1960NYGiants Thank you as although I glanced all over the extended ground details did not stand out to me as being different.