This is the last IHC I felt would grade problem free out of the 21 "uncirculated" labeled IHCs. 16 seemed to have black spots and verdigris, and wont be posted. I may at some point in the future see if I can preserve them.
Here is a 1893 Indian Head cent for your consideration. Out of the 5 IHCs posted I feel this one has the best detail, luster and in hand eye appeal. I'm thinking mid to high MS range. What are your opinions on grade/condition? Worth getting slabbed?
Another nice Indian cent, could grade 63 or 64BN. Probably not worth having graded from an economic standpoint. However, I might consider sending off your best coins to ANACS under one of their submission specials. Cost per coin should be under $15 and the slabs provide protection and proof of authenticity. At a minimum that would help preserve these attractive pieces.
your original photos are not helping as much as the vid but the vid is a little far away. I think the lighting and photo are showing the fields as flat especially the reverse which in the vid does not appear to be the case. I think its in the MS63-64BN range