Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Seattlite86, Jun 3, 2023.
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once again... we need a "love" button lol
Very nice! If I’ve attributed yours correctly, it’s a 6-G (R2). Lovely strike
I would be more inclined to say that Christian Gobrecht designed the large cents from the late 1837s. The general concept was still there, but the treatment of the "Liberty" crown and profile were different.
Matron Head Large Cent.
Large cent from the late 1830s when Gobrecht was modifying the designs.
I think the problem the mint officials had was that they were not ready to go to the copper-nickel composition and the much smaller cent.
That the best Feuchwanger Cent I have ever seen! Congratulations!
The New York State Coat of Arms three cent piece. This is scarce, but not rare.
One of the Eagle varieties of the three cent piece. This one is quite rare with perhaps less than 10 known. My theory is that this may have been a pattern. There is another more common 1837 dated variety.
Great pieces! Maybe someday I’ll own one.
Should be the 3-E variety.
Great article! Thank you for sharing!
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