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- This coin is graded XF-45 by PCGS.
- Obverse: Features large letters of “USA”. This USA monogram is identical to the USA logo on the buttons of the soldiers in the USA Continental Army, commanded by General George Washington.
- Reverse: Displays horizontal bars.
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The Bar Cent was a used as everyday currency in America 230 years ago. Add this high-quality and certified Bar Cent to your cart today!
This is an extremely rare piece of historical Colonial Americana. These coins are believed to have been made in England but circulated in New York about 1785. This is not a Bolen copy from 1862 but an original coin struck in 1785. It has been authenticated and graded by PCGS and they consensus graded it as XF-45. The Redbook, which is the authoritative reference on all U.S. coins, values this Bar Cent at $14,000.00. This pleasing example is very reasonably priced.
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The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination.
|Grade||Extra Fine - 45|
The total number of coins that have obtained a higher grade than the subject coin by a particular grading service.
|Mint Mark||P - Philadelphia (Not Shown)|
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