1786 New Jersey copper 1/2p, M18-M, W4890, Bridle Obverse, R2. This colonial has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as EF40 with BRIDLE on the label, PCGS coin #501. This is a very attractive, peanut butter tan brown example with some very minor planchet flaws that are not obvious to the naked eye but are faintly visible in my large photos or under magnification. All details are bold including the horse's hair, a fully readable date, and a clear Bridle feature. Equally important is the fact that this coin is a double-struck mint error, not noted on the PCGS holder yet extremely obvious within the reverse legends. From the Furnace Run collection, purchased from me as stock #11372 in 2014. This is another example that I would certainly keep for myself, but I have a very nice PCGS EF45 already holding down this spot in my collection. This is a pretty example with GREAT color and the obvious mint error is a nice bonus.