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    1787 Miller 30-hh.1 Connecticut Copper, MS62 Brown
    Ex: Hall, Brand, Hessberg

    1787 Connecticut, Draped Bust Left, ETLIR, M. 30-hh.1, W-3175, R.2, MS62 Brown NGC. 133 grains. Obverse 30 is known with reverse dies X.1 and hh.1. Reverse die hh.1 is found only with obverse die 30. This popular spelling anomaly exhibits the reverse legend as INDE ETLIR. An impressive chocolate-brown example with splashes of walnut toning, this piece retains traces of faded mint red, especially on the obverse. While the variety is plentiful, Mint State examples are rare, and this piece qualifies as the finest known. The only contender in the Condition Census is the Ford coin that was called AU in that sale and later certified as MS62 Brown. This similarly graded piece from the Donald G. Partrick Collection appears to be a trifle nicer. Listed on page 66 of the 2021 Guide Book.
    Ex: Dr. Thomas Hall; Virgil Brand; later, Edward Hessberg Collection (Stack's, 6/1991), lot 1414; Jon Hanson (6/20/1991); Donald G. Partrick.

    Coin Index Numbers: (Variety PCGS# 685382, Base PCGS# 370)

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