1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 19-g.4, W-3050. Rarity-3. Draped Bust Left. EF-45+ (PCGS).


Comparisons with major collections:
1. Far better that Taylor lot #2443
2. Better than PCGS 45Twin Leaf, which was the Perkins piece. That piece was called low condition census and realized $1150, ex Mike Ringo and Stacks January 2000 sale Lot #291
3. Comparable to Robert M Martin, Lot#5155, graded PCGS AU53. A painted die variety. I like the present specimen more.
4. Far Better than second piece in Perkins Lot#292, which was also an EDS
5. Far better than Ford specimen, Lot #314
6. Collection SLT, StacksBowers, January 26th, 2012, Lot#7175 VF-25
7. Anderson-Gleckler, Lot #5247, Nov. 2016, StacksBowers, EF-40 off center and microgranular.

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Both sides are beautifully toned in copper brown, the upper reverse periphery retains traces of original mint red. Struck trivially off center to the lower left obverse and upper left reverse. Only the denticulation is incomplete with all major design elements are well defined for the grade. The centers retain minor traces of roughness from the original planchet texture. There is a very minor planchet flaw at the upper left reverse border. Overall a smooth and attractive piece. Moderately scarce die marriage (R3) in the sense of overall population, but the quality and eye appeal of this peice is far above most.
Early Die State, perfect obverse: Rare
High Condition Census
Provenance: Collector envelope included. Ex. Lot #312 StacksBowers 2019 Baltimore Auction

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