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Obverse of 1787 Connecticut Copper - Miller 33.7-r.2      Reverse of 1787 Connecticut Copper - Miller 33.7-r.2


1787 CONNECTICUT COPPER - 
MILLER 33.7-r.2

Rarity: Very Common

Variety nickname: 

Notes:
The obverse die of this variety was also used on:
1787 Miller 33.7-r 
1787 Miller 33.7-r.4 

This was the only use of the reverse die.

Images courtesy of Early American History Auctions, Inc.

Recent appearances:
PCGS EF-45.  Ex - Early American History Auctions, Inc.'s Mail Bid Sale, October 14, 2000, Lot 990, "143.4 grains. Beautiful, tan-colored, glossy surfaces. Evenly worn and problem-free (which says a lot about a Connecticut Copper). The ETLIR variety is popular due to its individual listing in the GUIDEBOOK. Only one other ETLIR example has been graded so far by PCGS!"

PCGS EF-40.  Ex – American Numismatic Rarities, LLC’s “The Classics Sale,” July 25, 2003 , Lot 38, "Miller 33.7-r.2, Draped Bust Left, Rarity-1", illustrated, not sold

"Extremely Fine".  Ex - Early American History Auctions, Inc. Mail Bid Sale, December 7, 2002, Lot 941, 131.5 grains.

PCGS VF-25.  Ex - Early American History Auctions, Inc. Mail Bid Sale, April 19, 2003, Lot 1089, where it was described (in part) as follows: "...133.4 grains. Rarity 1. Light, micro-porosity on both sides, some slight planchet lamination streaks in the middle of the obverse. Nicely centered, full date."

"Very Fine".  Ex - Early American History Auctions, Inc.'s Mail Bid Sale, August 25, 2001, Lot 1382, illustrated, where it was described as follows: "1787 CT Copper, Miller 33.7-r.2, Draped Bust Left, Very Fine-25.  133.4 grains. Rarity 1. Light, micro-porosity on both sides, some slight planchet lamination streaks in the middle of the obverse. Nicely centered, with a full, clear date."

"Very Fine".  Ex - Early American History Auctions, Inc. Mail Bid Sale, December 7, 2002, Lot 942, 119.9 grains.

"Fine" (illustrated below).  Ex - Early American History Auctions, Inc.'s Mail Bid Sale, August 25, 2001, Lot 1372, illustrated, where it was described as follows: "1787 CT Copper, Draped Bust Facing Left, Miller 33.7-r.2(?), Fine.  147.2 grains. Well-worn but free of problems and with a nice, even, brown color."

"Good". - Ex - David Palmer - Ron Guth - Ebay #1296551990.

Obverse of 1787 Connecticut Copper - Miller 33.7-r.2     Reverse of 1787 Connecticut Copper - Miller 33.7-r.2

Images courtesy of Early American History Auctions, Inc.