Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Gam3rBlake, Jan 31, 2021.
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The homely Nova Constellatio is a Crosby 4-C, Bowers estimated around 30 to 70 known, but who really knows?
You're on. Here's mine:
I'd really prefer a smooth planchet. Environmental damage on mine is just awful.
A tuppence pattern that managed to actually circulate. These coins were struck by William Wood of England by patent for the N. American colonies.
My wreath cent is like that. I went with smooth, well worn for the chain. My wreath is probably VG details corroded, but it has a strong date.
1818 Large Cent. Need to upgrade
This is a 71 grain example, that was likely a ground find in the distant past. It is Noe-16 with the roots in the base of the pine tree. This particular variety was struck from ca. 1675 until the pine tree coinage was stopped by order of the crown in 1682 after some 30 years of evading English law by striking their own coinage without patent.
My oldest.. hmmmm 1773 Virginia
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