1787 New Jersey copper 1/2p, M18-M, W5115, Deer Head, R3. This is a very sharp, glossy chocolate brown example with F15+ details, maybe higher. This is a coin that would be 50/50 for PCGS grading: it's certainly sharp and attractive, but there is a very shallow scratch on the right side of the plow, plus an as-struck planchet flaw on the lower reverse. All details are exceptionally clear on the obverse, including some fine hair separation and a very bold date. The reverse is weak around the peripheries, yet the interior shield definition is quite strong. If you need a graded coin for a Registry Set, take a look at the next example #FR3NJ20 which is PCGS F15. But if you like raw coins, this is a really pretty example. From the Furnace Run collection, purchased from CVM in 2017.