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    1787 Connecticut Copper, Laughing Head VF20 Cracked Planchet, Corroded; M. 6.1-M, R.1, dark and lightly corroded, a few minor abrasions, heavy planchet flaw (as made) at 3 o'clock; 1788 Connecticut Copper, Mailed Bust Right VF30 Corroded, Wavy Planchet, M. 2-D, R.1, olive-brown color, well centered, sharp, minor rim ding at 12 o'clock, struck from rotated dies; 1788 Vermont Copper, Bust Right XF40 Corroded, RR-27, Bressett 18-W, R.1, lightly porous, a planchet flaw (as made) on the cheek; and a (1792-94) Kentucky Token, LANCASTER Edge AU50 Cleaned Lacquered, unnatural two-tone yellow-brown and purple-brown patina.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2003
    8th-11th Wednesday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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