A “Gemmy” AU From 93
The Mint’s second attempt at a design for the large cent was Adam Eckfeldt’s Wreath type. The obverse is not unlike that of the 1793 Chain cent, although Liberty’s portrait is more refined and a beaded border has been added. The reverse depicts the same statutory inscriptions as the Chain cent, although a wreath has replaced the chain as the central device. Breen believes that curious citizens saved a limited number of Wreath cents as novelties, but the extant population is probably no more than 6-7% of the 63,353 pieces produced. The one offered here is as pleasing as you’re likely to find, regardless of grade.
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