Often referred to as Pitt tokens, the Colonial pieces were issued in honor of William Pitt, a British politician who concerned himself trying to get the Stamp Act repealed. CAC approved for quality on this chocolate brown specimen. CAC approved for quality.
Wonderfully preserved Rhode Island Ship token. Evenly struck with strong details. Ebony-brown toning covers unabraded, moderately granular surfaces. Produced as a Revolutionary War propaganda medal, made by the British and intended to keep the Dutch out of the conflict.
A nice, affordable example of this first dollar coin supposedly produced under the auspices of the Continental Congress.
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.