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    Lovely Large Head 1787 Nova Eborac

    1787 COPPER Nova Eborac Copper, Large Head VF30 PCGS. Breen-985. The first of the dies for the Nova Eborac Coppers, the so-called Large Head type, exhibits a poor layout. Two widely separated cinquefoils in the left obverse field force the word NOVA toward the back of the head, and EBORAC in the right field is distant from the device with a nearby cinquefoil. A surprisingly smooth golden-brown representative, the devices are clear and the centering is only a few degrees off toward 3 o'clock. Prominent die bulges are visible in the obverse fields, especially to the right. Listed on page 65 of the 2006 Guide Book.
    From The Oak Collection of American Colonial Coinage.(#484)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2B4C, PCGS# 484)


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    September, 2005
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