From the Heritage sale of the James E. Blake collection on 09/05/23, where this was lot #93091 and described as: “1787 Connecticut Copper, Draped Bust Left, CONNFC, M. 43.1-Y, W-4250, R.2, AU53 PCGS. CAC. The sole CONNFC die variety, and thus requisite for a Guide Book collection of Connecticut coppers. A pleasing chocolate-brown example, free from flan striations, spots, and abrasions. Struck a few degrees off center toward 4 o'clock, though all legends are fully intact. Listed on page 62 of the 2024 Guide Book. From The James E. Blake Collection of United States Colonial Coins & Tokens.” On the PCGS website, I see an MS62, MS61, and then another AU53 which is very splotchy and is NOT this coin, so this appears to be the third-best graded coin at PCGS, plus there is a good chance that the other coins are NOT also CAC-certified as choice for the assigned grade. This coin realized $1,980 in that auction, and I am asking $2,850 on my website and eBay – make sure you SIGN IN to see your discounted pricing!