Feuchtwanger Cents are considered similar to a pattern coin, as they circulated in the late 1830s. They were a substitute for Large Copper Cents. Dr. Feuchtwanger made them out of German Silver (which is nickel, copper and zinc).
- Graded XF-40 by NGC.
- Obverse: Depicts Feuchtwanger's favored motif, an eagle with serpent in its talons.
- Reverse: States "One Cent" surrounded by a wreath, further surrounded by "Feuchtwanger's Composition.”
- Widely collected with Large Cent coins and are a great piece of historical Americana.
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