Question Number ONE.
If the Continental Currency Coin was in fact one of the first early American coins it only makes sense that it would have been a very important coin and topic to the general public and the United States government.
Its existance would have been well known and basic information regarding WHERE the coin was made WHEN....it was made .....and ...WHO made it ....would have been recorded
.....even worthless run of the mill uninteresting coins have basic information like this available.
Why then do you suppose there was little to no information recorded about a coin of such importance to The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
They arent even sure if the coin circulated at all ..... in fact they dont even know how much its worth?
If you have an answer I'm sure the rest of the world would like to hear it ....if not ..maybe you'll do better on question number two......??
PS a little friendly advise .....you might want to think about what your saying and who will be reading it