| 1787 New Jersey M60-p, PLURIBS reverse error, R4. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as VF20, and it is the most ATTRACTIVE PLURIBUS error that I have handled. From the E PLURIBUS UNUM collection sold by Stacks at Baltimore 2019, where it was lot 6195 described as:
"147.6 grains. Lovely even deep steel with good eye appeal despite finely granular surfaces. Nicely struck, with a full horsehead and fairly complete shield. Bold denticles frame the tops of both sides, and some less complete denticles are visible elsewhere around both peripheries. An old scratch crosses the head below the ears, and a dig hides between C and AE of CAESAREA; a single old vertical scratch blends into the shield lines. A good looking example of this scarce and popular variety, slightly more common than the other marriage coined with the PLURIBS reverse. This probably ranks below the Condition Census, which includes two AUs, an EF+, a VF+, and four VFs, but it remains an awfully nice example of a Maris number that usually comes in low grade, badly flawed, or both. Die State 1, perfect dies."
Another magnificent coin that is plated at PCGS Coinfacts. Current PCGS Price Guide is $2,600.
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