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52 - 238/405 a R3 NGC MS66 RB Indiana Primitive Patriotic Civil War token

(750-1000)

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52 - 238/405 a R3 NGC MS66 RB 20% Red. Our Little Monitor The Constitution Must And Shall Be Preserved. Scarce Indiana Primitive version of the Our Little Monitor obverse die. Likely one of the finest known of the obverse die and die combination. NGC has called this Copper but the prior owner, Wayne Stafford, believed it to be Brass. It does look Copper, but Wayne is particular about composition and likely came to his determination through a tiny edge rub. Whether NGC did a more scientific analysis is not known. Regardless, a wonderful token very rarely seen even approaching this condition. We sold a Raw MS62 example in Copper for $550 in our January 2016 catalog auction. More recently we sold a more obviously Brass R8 example in Raw EF+ condition for $325.55 in March 2022 on eBay. From the Wayne Stafford collection, earlier from PCAC's November 1979 sale. (750-1000)

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