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1837 3c Feuchtwanger, HT-263, Eagle MS

1837 3c Feuchtwanger, HT-263, Eagle MS

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 15257)

The 1837 Three Cents is part of a series of Token coins struck from 1837. The specific variety is Feuchtwanger, HT-263. Designated as a Business (MS) strike, this coin is made of German Silver.
Lewis Feuchtwanger produced a metal that was really a variety of German silver consisting of nickel, copper, and some zinc. He suggested to Congress as early as 1837 that his metal be substituted for copper, and he made one-cent and three-cent trial pieces that circulated freely during the coin shortage of 1836 through 1844.

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GSID: 15257
Coin Date: 1837
Denomination: 3c / Three Cents
Designation: MS
Coinage Type: Token
Coinage Years: 1837
Composition: German Silver
Variety: Feuchtwanger, HT-263
Variety 2: Eagle
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 26.2 mm
PCGS #: 20004

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