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    New Haven Restrike Fugio Cent in Copper
    MS66 Brown, Newman 104-FF

    1787 1C Fugio Cent, New Haven Restrike, Copper MS66 Brown PCGS. CAC. N. 104-FF, W-17560. Horatio N. Rust was behind the circa-1859 Fugio "restrike," struck from rusted copy dies with narrow rings on the reverse and a prominent chin on the sun. The "New Haven" pieces have been widely collected as a part of the series ever since. Olive-brown fields accompany chocolate-brown high points. Glimpses of the initial peach-red fill peripheral recesses. Listed on page 88 of the 2014 Guide Book.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2B8S, PCGS# 916)

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    January, 2014
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