1832 25C MS62 PCGS. B-2, R2. Population (PCGS 14/23, NGC 9/24).
This is a scarce issue, with 320,000 reported struck, many of these being coins of the previous year now being shipped from the mint. This date is found far less often than an 1831 or 1834 and is, in fact, the second scarcest of this nine-year series.
The small arrowheads identify the Browning-2 variety, which is somewhat scarcer than the only other die pairing of the date, B-1. The low PCGS population includes both marriages. Beautiful sea-green, russet, and pearl-gray colors enrich this meticulously struck and lightly marked representative. The mint luster is especially intense on the reverse.