1787 New Jersey Copper Cent with the Small Planchet Plain Shield Variety is a very affordable example in early copper coins. Early coppers are extremely tough to get in problem free holders.
- Small Planchet Small Shield Variety.
- Graded Very Good-8 by NGC.
- Obverse: Features a horse's head with a plow and the legend "NOVA CAESARA" (New Jersey).
- Reverse: Depicts a United States shield with the important legend "E PLURIBUS UNUM".
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