Brasher’s Gold Doubloon, 1787

$ 20.00

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One of the most famous American coin issues. Struck in New York by gold and silversmith Ephrain Brasher, who was a neighbor and friend of George Washington in New York.

There are only five Brasher Doubloons that are known to exist, one sold at Heritage’s auction in 2005 for $2,450000.00.

Obverse: Mountain surmounted with the sun and rays emanating from it. Open sea in the foreground with BRASHER below. NOVA EBORACA COLUMBIA / EXCELOR around.

Reverse: Heraldic eagle with olive branch in talons at left and arrows at right; 13 stars near eagle’s head. EB on wing. UNUM E PLURIBUS / 1787 and ornaments around.

Diameter: 30 mm

24k gold plated lead free fine pewter.


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