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New Jersey Copper

American Confederation Period
1787
Designed by Walter Mould (American), After George Wyon III (English, 1744–1797), and Thomas Wyon (English, born in 1767), Die sinker Benjamin Dudley (English), Or James Falconer Atlee (American (born in England), 1762–1840), Struck by Thomas Goadsby, and Albion Cox


Mint: Rahway Mills Mint, New Jersey, United States

Catalogue Raisonné

Breen 906

Dimensions

Diameter and weight: 27 mm, 8.78 gm (1 1/16 in., 0.31 oz.)

Accession Number

64.92

Medium or Technique

Copper

Not On View

Collections

Americas

Classifications

Coins

Obv: NOVA CAESAREA around a horse’s head facing right with a plow below and the date 1787 at the bottom (the beam of the plow curves upward), the whole surrounded by a serrated rim
Rev: * E * PLURIBUS * UNUM * around a small shield with a high chief point, the whole surrounded by a serrated rim
Edge: plain

Credit Line

Gift of Miss Rosamond Lamb