Undated (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.
A large broad axe is in the center of the coin with text surrounding. The blade of the axe is towards the left of the coin and it touches the outer circular border. There is no date on the coin.
Helpful Tips for Identifying the W-8260, Freidus 3.2-C Variety:
The positioning of the antlers on the obverse of the coin is the same as W-8255. On the reverse, we have the broad axe design once again. The blade of the axe touches the edge of the circular border.
Antlers align under each letter in AS
Broad axe touching the outer circle
The example to the left was sold by Stack's Bowers Galleries in the Sydney F. Martin Collection, Part I, where it realized $52,800.