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    Handsome AU 1786 New Jersey Copper Ex: Ryder, Boyd, Ford

    1786 COPPER New Jersey Copper, Narrow Shield AU53 PCGS. Maris 24-P, R.2. An exceptionally nice example of this available Maris variety, of strong interest to the specialist due to its quality and pedigree. The existence of die lines inside the lower portion of the shield confirms the AU grade, as do the planchet abrasions (not fully struck out) on the centers. An impressive light brown example, a couple of faded pinscratches on the obverse field are of little relevance. Listed on page 56 of the 2005 Guide Book.
    Ex: 56th Sale (Tom Elder, 2/12), lot 928; Hillyer Ryder; F.C.C. Boyd; John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, Part One (Stack's, 10/03), lot 118.(#496)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# AUKJ, PCGS# 496)

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2005
    23rd-24th Wednesday-Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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