MS63 Brown Double Date UTILE DULCI
1722 PENNY Rosa Americana Penny, UTILE MS63 Brown NGC.
Breen-118. This variety has an obviously doubled date and was
recorded as "Extremely rare" by Walter Breen in his
Encyclopedia. Nearly complete remnants of the original 722
are visible between the other digits, with the date now reading
1772222. This well struck and unabraded UTILE DULCI penny has toned
deep olive-brown, although the center of rose has slightly lighter
color. A nearly undetectable spot northwest of the eye and a hint
of verdigris within a corner of the rose are usual for the Bath
metal alloy. Listed on page 40 of the 2008 Guide Book.
1722 Rosa Americana Penny, Breen-118
Ex: Oak Collection of American Colonial Coinage (Heritage, 9/2005), lot 23, which realized $9,775.
From The Liberty Collection of American Colonial Coinage, Part Three. (NGC ID# 2ASP, PCGS# 113)
Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.
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