I don't think that PCGS
will certify the Obverse variety, let alone the "type 2" of the three types. They WILL cert the "heavy punch doubling" type 3 and they sometimes will do just the straight 2/1 (type 1),I think. You need to find out if it makes financial sense to have the variety cert'd. A vanilla 1886 Obv 2 is $35 in Trends and $70 for an Obv 1 in Trends. In the 2011 Charlton, we had the plain EF 2/1 at $70, but it is/was scarcer than that and that price was wrong from the get-go. We assigned the 2/1 with heavy doubling in EF at $1150 and we didn't list the type 2, but I think it would be $7-800 or so. PCGS
might body-bag it due to the verdigris corrosion. Under the hard green stuff, the coin will be discolored and maybe slighly pitted. I would be careful removing any more of the greeny. It might cost you nearly $100 more than a vanilla coin to get it cert'd. CCCS
would probably cert it for much less.