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    Condition Census Fugio Cent, New Haven Restrike, MS66 Red and Brown

    1787 1C Fugio Cent, New Haven Restrike, Copper MS66 Red and Brown PCGS. Breen-1320, Newman 104-FF. When offered by Mid-American Coin Auctions in their Capitol City Sale, this coin was described, "This is, without a doubt, the finest example we have ever seen of this interesting numismatic item. The surfaces exhibit liberal quantities of blazing red luster (a condition which is very unusual for this issue). Most restrikes available today display a subdued and faded mint red color. This example is worthy of inclusion in the finest Fugio variety set, or Colonial Type set." Listed on page 84 of the 2007 Guide Book.
    Ex: Capitol City Sale, Mid-American Auctions (2/1985), lot 8.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2B8S, PCGS# 917)

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