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    1786 RR-6 Vermont Copper, AU58
    Exquisite VERMONTENSIUM Landscape

    1786 COPPER Vermont Copper, VERMONTENSIUM AU58 NGC. CAC. RR-6, Bressett 4-D, W-2020, R.2. Ex: Oechsner. A near-Mint Vermont copper, struck with the quality seldom seen for the RR-6 variety, let alone for the entire series. The obverse is slightly left at 8 o'clock, more of a pedigree marker than a distraction. A minimal clip is seen at TEN. The legends and pictorial motifs are wonderfully bold and unbothered. Described in the 1988 Oechsner sale as "chocolate brown toning with a hint of prooflike surface." A lustrous and smooth coin. 129.6 grains.
    Ex: Oechsner Sale (Stack's, 9/1988), lot 1329; Jon Hanson; Donald Groves Partrick.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2B57, PCGS# 545)

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    January, 2015
    7th-12th Wednesday-Monday
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