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    Bronze 1796 Castorland Medal
    Original Dies, Breen-1065, MS66

    1796 MEDAL Castorland Medal, Bronze MS66 Brown PCGS. Breen-1063, W-9140, R.6. Reeded edge, no evidence of CUIVRE on edge. The PCGS holder incorrectly states PE, indicating Plain Edge. Breen's first restrike, from both original dies. The reverse field is raised near 3 o'clock where the die is failing, and die rust accompanies the right handle of the vessel. A gorgeous bronzed copper Castorland medal with nearly flawless surfaces. Listed on page 73 of the 2009 Guide Book. Population: 2 in 66 Brown, none finer (3/09).

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 654)


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