1787 New Jersey copper, M43-d, W5235, Small Planchet Plain Shield, R1. This coin has been authenticated and graded by PCGS as EF40, and more importantly, this is a MAJOR mint-error, having been struck multiple times! I can see at least three strikes, especially clear at the bottom of the shield, and I can see at least TWO DATES on the obverse. Really a cool error, and as a bonus, the coin was NOT put into an "E" error holder, which means it will count as the full EF40 40-point grade for registry set purposes. The M43-d variety is quite common, but multiple strike errors like this, not so much. Purchased from Darwin Palmer at EAC St. Louis on 05/15/22, and Darwin purchased from Fred Borchedt in April 2010. The Maris 43-d Bulbous Nose attribution is listed on the PCGS label.