Hold one of the most famous examples of early American coinage, with this challenge coin depicting a 1787 gold doubloon design! One side displays the New York coat of arms, while the other shows an eagle. Created by New York goldsmith Ephraim Brasher – a personal friend of George Washington – only 6 examples are known featuring the designer’s “EB” counter-stamp on the eagle’s left wing. In January of 2021, an example sold at auction for a record-setting $9.36 million!
Selectively layered in 24k gold, this Challenge coin displays both the obverse and reverse designs of the desirable 1787 Brasher Doubloon. Add one of America’s most famous rare coin designs to your collection!
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- Product Type: Single Products
- Novelty Series: Challenge Coins