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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the CSA Cents series of Confederate States of America in the U.S. Coins contains 8 distinct entries with CPG® values between $135.00 and $210,000.00.
The 1861 "Confederate States of America" cent is a fantasy coin, likely by Robert Lovett Jr. of Philadelphia. For years numismatic texts called the 1861-dated copper-nickel coin an original, but the first example appeared in 1873, after which 11 more were revealed and marketed along with "restrikes" in bronze, silver, and gold. The popular story that Lovett designed the coin after being contacted by the Confederacy is untrue—the latter controlled the New Orleans Mint and had their own engraver. Further, the design employs the French Liberty-head punch Lovett used on his store cards.

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  CSA Cents Value Range Favorite
CSA Cents Value Range  
1861 1c CSA, Original MS BN Rare
$120,000
-
$210,000
$120,000 - $210,000
1861 1c CSA, 1874 Haseltine Copper Restrike PR BN
$28,800
-
$82,800
$28,800 - $82,800
1861 1c CSA, 1874 Haseltine Copper Restrike PR RB
$45,600
-
$124,200
$45,600 - $124,200
1861 1c CSA, 1874 Haseltine Copper Restrike PR RD
$55,200
-
$151,800
$55,200 - $151,800
1861 1c CSA, 1874 Haseltine Gold Restrike PR
$78,000
-
$124,200
$78,000 - $124,200
1861 1c CSA, 1874 Haseltine Silver Restrike PR
$79,200
-
$79,200
$79,200 - $79,200
1861 1c CSA, 1961 Brashlow Copper Restrike MS RD Token
$135.00
-
$224.00
$135.00 - $224.00
1861 1c CSA, 1961 Brashlow Silver Restrike MS Token
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Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the CSA Cents series of Confederate States of America in the U.S. Coins contains 8 distinct entries with CPG® values between $135.00 and $210,000.00.
The 1861 "Confederate States of America" cent is a fantasy coin, likely by Robert Lovett Jr. of Philadelphia. For years numismatic texts called the 1861-dated copper-nickel coin an original, but the first example appeared in 1873, after which 11 more were revealed and marketed along with "restrikes" in bronze, silver, and gold. The popular story that Lovett designed the coin after being contacted by the Confederacy is untrue—the latter controlled the New Orleans Mint and had their own engraver. Further, the design employs the French Liberty-head punch Lovett used on his store cards.

Catalog Detail