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    Splendid PR67 Brown Restrike 1783
    Washington & Independence Cent
    Draped Bust, No Button, Baker-3C

    1783 1C Washington & Independence Cent, Draped Bust, No Button, Copper Restrike, Plain Edge PR67 Brown PCGS. Plain Edge, Baker-3C, W-10310, High R.6. The Soho Mint of Birmingham, England, closed in 1848, and W.J. Taylor used four pairs of dies from that facility to produce these restrike Washington coppers. This is a simply splendid, glossy milk-chocolate Superb Gem proof example of the Taylor restrike, the Large Denticles variety with drapery fold present over the 7 in the date, ending at the extreme right edge of the upright of 1. Listed on page 76 of the 2010 Guide Book. Population: two in 67 Brown, none finer in any color designation (6/09).

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2B6S, PCGS# 682)

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    Jul-Aug, 2009
    31st-2nd Friday-Sunday
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