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    1788 NJERSY New Jersey Copper, Running Fox Before Legend, M. 75-bb, W-5520, R.4, XF40 PCGS. The Running Fox variety trades for multiples of the common 1788 Horse Right New Jersey copper. The actual identity of the symbol on the lower left reverse is unknown, though it could as easily be a horse as a fox, and may indicate strikes at the Bailey Mint in New York City. An evenly defined ebony-brown example with one thin mark on the cinquefoil near the right shield corner. The usual late die state with prominent breaks on the left obverse and right reverse margins. Listed on page 73 of the 2021 Guide Book.
    From The Maurice Storck Collection.

    Coin Index Numbers: (Variety PCGS# 783095, Base PCGS# 524)


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