Strong design details on either side, the horse showing a bold eye and nostril, the distinct M-shaped ears sharp, and the plow below bold. The reverse is similarly strong, the wide shield showing all of the horizontal and vertical stripes within.Struck from a late state of both dies, the obverse with a half-dozen small die breaks in and around the plow handles, the reverse with a large break and cud at the base of the shield, extending in both directions. Chestnut brown, the surfaces mostly hard to the eye, with very few marks from actual circulation, and quite choice as such. While this variety normally strikes up well, it is often found on dark and rougher planchet stock or with post-strike damage. While common enough as a variety it is decidedly scarce in higher grades, and with great eye appeal. This example would make for a perfect example of the variety or type. The 2009 book on colonials edited by Q. The pictures are of the actual coin being offered, and have been enlarged in size to show the detail and we have included pictures in both color and black and white, of both sides of the coin, as well as a combined photo showing both sides. This item has NOT been graded by a third party service, and we urge you to examine the photos for yourself and from your own opinion as to grade; we have over 25 years experience as professional dealers in US colonial coinage and another 15 years prior to that as collectors of the series as well. Thank you again for your interest, and if you have any questions, please feel free to ask. The item "1787 New Jersey Copper, Maris 6-D, CHOICE VERY FINE, very bold strike, NICE COIN" is in sale since Tuesday, August 6, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Colonial".
The seller is "numisma" and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.