1737 Higley Copper
The obverse of the coin shows a deer facing the left side of the coin. In a circle around the deer is the text listed above. Centered in ornamentation at the bottom of the coin are III Roman Numerals. A pointing hand is located to the left of the 3 Roman Numerals, pointing to the word VALVE. To the right of the 3 Roman Numerals is a star symbol. A crescent moon is located beneath the Roman Numerals.
Three crowned hammers are positioned in the shape of a pyramid. The date is at the bottom, with a pointing hand to the left.
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The reverse design changes back to the three small crowned hammers once more. The lower right hammer is positioned over the 3 in 1737. On the obverse, the left deer antler is located underneath the A in AS, while the right antler is located beneath the S.
Antlers align under each letter of AS
The 3 of 1737 is aligned under the lower right hammer
The example to the left was sold by Stack's Bowers Galleries in the Sydney F. Martin Collection, Part I, where it realized $192,000.