Decent looker for an 1899. It's a little bit baggy, but at least it survived becoming Pittman bullion and silver rush shrapnel.
There is some frost on the obverse, and decent luster. I see what others are noting about the broken luster on the cheek and hair. Even after playing with the pics, I still can't get a solid feel for whether this is a slider or UNC.
I'll have to give it a split grade, either AU-58 or MS-62. If UNC, the obverse hits are just a bit too evident to make MS-63 (especially the two rim hits and the cheek), but the reverse is at least MS-63. I still think it nets to MS-62, if UNC.