Connecticut Cent


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The state of Connecticut struck more varieties of coins in the period from the Revolution to the establishment of a Federal currency, than any other state. Their coins represent numerous variations of three basic issues. In 1785, the state gave the chief diecutters, Abel Buel and James Atlee who had a mint in New Haven, permission to strike these coins. The obverse has Auctori Connec (by the Authority of Connecticut), and the reverse has a seated Goddess of Liberty with the legend Inde Et Lib (Independence & Liberty). CT-4

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Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 4 × 3 × .125 in


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