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    1785 Nova Constellatio Copper, AU55
    Blunt Rays, Crosby 1-B, W-1880

    1785 Nova Constellatio Copper, Blunt Rays AU55 PCGS. Crosby 1-B, W-1880, R.4. Blunt Rays, Large US reverse. This scarce die marriage reuses an obverse die from 1783. Struck after Crosby 3-B, given the die break on the wreath above the date. A chocolate-brown example that has light wear and only a single thin mark near the 1 in the date. Listed on page 56 of the 2020 Guide Book.
    Ex: Long Beach Signature (Heritage, 5/2008), lot 2172; Long Beach Signature (Heritage, 5/2009), lot 19.
    From The Poulos Family Collection, Part II.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2U44, PCGS# 810)


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