Noe 3-B, W-80, Salmon 3-B variety, considered to be Rarity-7 with 9 examples definitively traced. 69.4 grains.
Perhaps the most famous and storied of all colonial issues, beautiful in its simplicity, the coin all of us remember seeing in photos as children.
The New England Shilling was the very first coin struck in English North America and is extremely important as such.
And this is the first example we have offered in y-e-a-r-s, the last being an XF45 for $165,000,
And while that one was nice, this is a wholesome, nicely shaped, quite appealing and relatively affordable example, a series of phrases that can almost never be applied to any example of this type.
Ex Stack’s February 1982 sale of the Ellis Robison Collection, lot #4.
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Cert. #: 6062726-005