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    Splendid 1785 Bust Right Connecticut Copper

    1785 COPPER Connecticut Copper, Bust Right AU50 PCGS. M. 6.3-G.1, R.3. A bold medium brown example of this initial year Connecticut Copper. Several small planchet flaws are of mint origin. The reverse die is notably sunken near the branch hand, and is cracked through the E in INDE. The obverse has perfect centering, the reverse is a few degrees off center toward 2 o'clock. Listed on page 58 of the 2006 Guide Book.
    From The Oak Collection of American Colonial Coinage.(#316)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2B2A, PCGS# 316)


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    Auction Dates
    September, 2005
    21st-24th Wednesday-Saturday
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