1792 DISME IN COPPER,
Rarity: 2 known
Diameter: 23 mm
Metal Content: Copper
Weight range: 58.6 grams
Judd 9, Judd
10 and Judd 11 are from the same pair of dies. Judd
10 has a reeded edge; Judd 11 has a plain edge. The
presumed emission sequence is Judd 11 first, then Judd
10, followed by Judd 9.
Images courtesy of Ira
& Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
Known examples (3):
- Goldbergs 2/2005:805, $54,050.00
This example was discovered by an anonymous source some time in
- Adam Eckfeldt
- Mint Cabinet
- Dr. Edward Maris
- Bowers &
Ruddy "Garrett", March 1981 - Donald Patrick?
- William Doyle Galleries "Loye Lauder"
- Dana Linett
Notes: Breen attributes
the obverse to Adam Eckfeldt, after Rittenhouse? and the reverse to
See also: Judd
9 (Silver Disme) and Judd
10 (Copper Disme with a
Sources and/or recommended reading:
"United States Pattern Coins, Experimental and Trial Pieces", Eighth
edition by J. Hewitt Judd, M.D.
"Walter Breen's Complete
Encyclopedia of United States and Colonial Coins" by Walter Breen