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I wonder if anyone could help with Marsh's rating for this one.
The mintage was quite small for Sydney mint that year.
I don't have my Marsh book on me (the rarity ratings aren't accurate anyway) but the 1886-S is the second most common Young Head (1000 - 1500 surviving examples) and the third most common in mint state (10-15 surviving examples).