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    Choice XF 1776 Continental Dollar
    CURENCY, Newman 1-C Late Die State

    1776 $1 Continental Dollar, CURENCY, Pewter XF45 PCGS. Newman 1-C, W-8445, R.3. A dove-gray representative of this coveted Early American issue, dated from the year of the nation's founding and with motifs similar to contemporary Continental currency. The designs would later emerge in simplified form on the 1787 Fugio cents. This piece is evenly struck and retains glimpses of faded luster in protected areas. The field within the rings has occasional verdigris, and a small dig below the U in CURENCY creates a mild wave on the planchet. A late die stage with breaks above GI in FUGIO and below NT in CONTINENTAL. The dies are rotated 45 degrees clockwise from medal turn. Housed in a green label holder. Listed on page 81 of the 2012 Guide Book.
    Ex: Palm Beach Signature (Heritage, 11/2004), lot 5050, which realized $23,575. (NGC ID# 2AYN, PCGS# 791)


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    April, 2012
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