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    Bolen-Edwards '1737' Higley Copper
    MS65, Struck in Brass, W-14275

    (Circa-1864) "1737" Higley Copper, Edwards Copy, Brass, MS65 PCGS. Kenney-4, Musante JAB-10, W-14275, Low R.7. John Adams Bolen (1826-1907) was a numismatist and die sinker who produced a number of tokens and medallions, including expertly made copies of colonial-era coinage. These Higley copper copies were made from dies cut by Bolen and sold to Dr. F.S. Edwards. Brass examples are much scarcer than their often-seen copper counterparts. This crisp Gem displays olive and brassy-gold color. Slightly off-center toward 6 o'clock.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2EB4, PCGS# 661894)


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    August, 2019
    14th-18th Wednesday-Sunday
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