1787 FUGIO CENT -
Variety equivalents: Kessler
The obverse die of this variety was also used on:
The reverse die of this
variety was also used on:
Images courtesy of Early
American History Auctions, Inc.
PCGS EF-40 (illustrated
above). Ex - Early American History
Auctions, Inc.'s Mail Bid Sale, October 14, 2000, Lot 1038, where it was
described as follows: "150.5 grains. Rarity 8 in this grade
(according to Kessler). Attractive, light brown surfaces. Softly struck on
a blank that had some very light fissures before it was struck. Somewhat
weak on the lower right obverse and corresponding area on the reverse. The
only better example we’ve seen is a PCGS XF-45 we sold in our March 1998
sale (and that’s long gone)."