From the 08/16/23 Stacks sale of the E Pluribus Unum Collection Part 4, where this coin was lot #3094 and described as: “1787 New Jersey Copper. Maris 56-n, W-5310. Rarity-1. Camel Head--Overstruck on Connecticut Copper. VF-30 (PCGS). 136.3 grains. Everyone loves a Camel Head, and coins like this are a good demonstration of why. Glossy medium brown with nice surfaces and a fine broad planchet, this piece displays excellent visual appeal on both sides. The sprig hand of the Connecticut undertype is bold beneath UNUM on the reverse. The obverse is aligned to 6 o'clock, as typical, while the reverse is aligned just left of 6 o'clock. Aside from some natural striations and a little rim abrasion above the star between E P of E PLURIBUS, this piece offers problem free surfaces and a lovely high-grade appearance. Die State 2, with die cracks in two places from the left side of the shield. Provenance: From the E Pluribus Unum Collection.” PCGS #767837.30/47842329 with “Camel Head, Maris 56-n,” and “Struck Over Connecticut” listed on the label. This coin realized $1,200 in that auction, and my asking price on my website and eBay is $1,750. Please make sure you SIGN IN to your account on my website to see DISCOUNTED pricing!