Enough to grade with more accuracy.
Scratch across the date, and a hit on the cheek is just about all that is wrong with this coin, and that is not
much in the overall scheme of things.
No wear on the orb of the crown, or the band of the crown,
which is where would one expect to find wear on these fine detail areas.
I don't normally grade European coins with the U.S. Sheldon system. But I will in this case.MS-62 or 3
Krause lists coin values under "Unc" and "BU".
The inference I draw from this,
is that cartwheel luster coin is valued more highly than a coin with a nice patina.
I don't think that applies in this case.
This coin has a nice patina, which certainly does not
detract from the value
And I normally prefer blast white coins in uncirculated condition to those with a patina. Not
in this case.