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    1787 Massachusetts Cent, MS64 Brown
    Arrows in Left Talon, R. 3-G

    1787 CENT Massachusetts Cent, Arrows Left, R. 3-G, W-6090, R.3, MS64 Brown PCGS. The Massachusetts General Court passed a coinage act in October 1786 for the purpose of coining gold, silver, and copper coins. Copper cents and half cents followed in 1787 and 1788. However, no gold or silver coins were produced. The R. 3-G die marriage is the most plentiful variety among all 1787 Cent varieties. This piece has wonderful chocolate-brown surfaces with full cartwheel luster and delicate blue overtones. Listed on page 61 of the 2029 Guide Book. Population for all 1788 varieties: 6 in 64 Brown, 7 finer (11/19). (Variety PCGS# 688947, Base PCGS# 302)

    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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    January, 2020
    8th-12th Wednesday-Sunday
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