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    Posted 10 years ago

    colonialct
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    1787 Nova Caesarea (New Jersey) colonial coin. These coins were produced in New Jersey in the years of 1786 to 1788. It is also the first coin to use E Pluribus Unum on it. This varity is a Maris 62-q and is struck on a large planchet.

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    1. colonialct, 10 years ago
      Thank you BELLIN68

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