These coins were struck by France as general issues for Colonial usage in the New World. This piece is one of just six P-mint examples certified by PCGS. Mostly silver with slate toned centers. Well struck example with solid underlying luster. Just one example graded higher.
The 1767-dated coins were struck in Paris and intended for use in the West Indies. Pretty red-brown glossy surfaces with solid luster. A choice example with lovely eye appeal deserving of a 5-star rating. Population of just 2 in 63 Brown with only 1 finer.
A truly choice example of this popular one year type coin that hails from the first year of production of half cents. Particularly well-struck for the issue, this example is about as nice as you'll find for the assigned grade and is sure to please the advanced collector. CAC approved for quality.
A lovely golden-brown early half cent with a quality strike and attractive luster. A choice uncirculated piece with nice overall eye appeal. The Hansen collection possesses a similar-looking piece in a MS64RB grade.