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    AU Details Mailed Bust Right
    1788 Connecticut, Miller 5-B.2 Plate Coin
    Overstruck on a 1785 Crosby 4-D Nova Constellatio

    1788 COPPER Connecticut Copper, Mailed Bust Right--Struck on a Nova Constellatio, Corroded--NCS. AU Details. M. 5-B.2, R.5. This is the Miller plate coin. Struck over a 1785 Crosby 4-D Nova Constellatio copper, identified by the R in LIBERTAS in relation to the nearby wreath, visible above the Connecticut's date. A well struck example with even and light surface granularity. No abrasions are worthy of mention. The reverse is well centered with a full date. The obverse is slightly misaligned toward 12 o'clock but has complete legends. Listed on page 60 of the 2008 Guide Book.
    From The Liberty Collection of American Colonial Coinage, Part Three.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2B38, PCGS# 397)

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