Brasher’s Gold


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Ephraim Brasher, a New York City Goldsmith & Jeweler designed this Gold Piece, which was struck in 1787. The colonists had little need for coinage greater than copper & silver, but business transactions in larger cities did require Gold. This coin weighed 408 grams & was worth $16.00 at that time. The Brasher Half-Doubloon was struck from the same die, but on a smaller, thinner scale. AN EXACT REPLICA

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Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 4 × 3 × .125 in