Overton 116 is one of the more generic varieties of 1825. It is semi-scarce but can be found with relative ease in most grades. The PCGS CoinFacts Condition Census of the top ten examples starts at MS 63, is filled with mostly MS64's, and tops out at MS65. In fact, we know of only one MS65 example -- the one that sold for just shy of $10,000 in an early 2016 Heritage sale. Of additional notes is an NGC MS64 Prooflike example that set an even higher price record of $11,162.50 in mid-2016. Walter Breen listed three different Proof examples of this variety, but we have yet to confirm the existence of even a single example. For instance, Breen called two of the coins in his list "unverified" and, in fact, his second example, supposedly in the collection of John Jay Pittman, turned out to be non-existent. We'll keep looking!