1787 FUGIO CENT -
Variety equivalents: Kessler
The obverse die of this variety was also used on:
This was the only use of
the reverse die.
Images courtesy of Early
American History Auctions
above). Ex - Early American History Auctions, Inc.
Bid Sale, April 20, 2002, Lot 988, where it was described (in
part) as follows: "...148.4 grains...Deep, reddish-brown in
color with some trivial scattered surface roughness, as made. Nicer than
the Kessler plate coin in terms of detail and certainly nicer than the
other four examples we've offered in the past five ye."