Dark chestnut toning, combined with shades of chartreuse and turquoise, enhance the original mint lustre of this 1932 one cent piece. The unique toning, gracing both the raised relief images and the recessed fields, highlights the well struck design. The imperial state crowned portrait of King George V exhibits precise detail in this mint state strike, with intricate details found in the royal regalia. The reverse maple leaves design showcases detail in Fred Lewis' design. A beautiful coin, with no other example graded finer by PCGS (6/11). A must have for any collection of one cent coins.