(1785) PCGS XF 40 Bar Copper “Cent” Token Colonial Copper Coin
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PCGS authenticated and graded XF 40. Beautiful, choice light brown with just a bit of dark crud in some reverse protected areas. The only mark is a trivial nick on the middle of the 5th bar from bottom. There is the tiny “thorn” break extending from the bottom right of the 2nd bar, and the small vertical die break on the central reverse. USA obverse, 13 bars for the colonies on the reverse. The maker is unknown, but newspapers from the time confirm these were circulated in New Jersey. Called a Cent although they don’t weigh enough to be worth a cent of copper at the time.
Year – (1785) Bar Cent Token
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