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    1786 New Jersey Copper, XF45
    Maris 23-R, Sharply Struck

    1786 New Jersey Copper, Curved Plowbeam, Maris 23-R, W-4945, R.3--Reverse Lamination--XF45 NGC. Described by Lester Merkin as "About Unc." and "Tied for second finest known with the Parmelee-Hall-Brand coin, exceeded slightly by the Taylor piece." This sharply struck New Jersey copper features glossy brown surfaces with minor planchet flaws on each side. A large, irregularly shaped lamination partly obscures the lower right shield and adjacent field. Listed on page 73 of the 2021 Guide Book.
    Ex: G.J. Bauer Estate (Lester Merkin, 11/1968), lot 72; Donald G. Partrick.


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