Lewis Feuchtwanger brought this design to Congress as early as 1837 as a proposal for a substitute for more expensive copper coinage that the U.S. was producing at the time.
- Struck in Nickel-Copper-Zinc-Tin (German Silver).
- Encapsulated and graded as an MS-62 by NGC and encapsulated in a sealed holder to protect your investment.
- NGC Population of 18 coins at this grade level with 44 graded higher.
- Obverse: A pouncing eagle attacking a snake
- Reverse: Features the inscription "Feuchtwanger's Composition" wrapped around the outer edge. The middle of the coin is wrapped in a wreath with the denomination inside it.
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* Population report as of 8/22/16.