From the Stacks sale of the Norman G. Peters collection on 11/30/21, where it was lot #2114 and described as: "1788 New Jersey Copper. Maris 77-dd (DS1), W-5535. Rarity-3. Head Right, Running Fox Before Legend--Double Struck--Fine-15 (PCGS). 149.38 grains. A boldly and evenly toned example dressed in medium olive-brown patina. A bit soft around the peripheries, especially at the lower obverse where the date is difficult to discern. The fox is quite crisp, however, and most other design elements are appreciable to bold. Scattered marks are noted, the most significant of which are on the obverse over and below the horse's snout. The double strike, which is not noted on the PCGS insert, is also clearest in that area, especially at the horse's head and ears. This would be a nice Running Fox at the assigned grade level even without the error, but with the readily evident double striking it becomes interesting and desirable on a different level. Provenance: From the Norman G. Peters Collection. Collector envelope with attribution notation included." CVM to SAY on 11/18/22; YOUR NAME HERE!