Coin and Paper Money Collecting/Connecticut Copper


I discovered a Connecticut Copper (Auctori Connec) dated 1777. There  is  no American coinage under that dating. What is its woth?


The first Connecticut Coppers were minted in 1785.  So unfortunately, if you have an Auctori Connec coin dated 1777, it's not real -- it's somebody's fantasy piece.  As such, its only value would be as a novelty item -- a couple dollars at most.

Wish I had better news for you,


If you truly believe it to be genuine, send it in to PCGS or NGC and get it certified.

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Dan Moore


My strong familiarity with all U.S. Mint coins, extensive reference library, and close relationships with many other dealers allows me to identify just about any coin made in the USA. I receive regular updates to all the current price guides -- both wholesale & retail -- to provide accurate values. So, with a good description or pictures, I should be able to identify and value any U.S. coin you have.


I've been a coin dealer since the 1980's and a coin collector since the 1960's. I specialize in U.S. Silver Coins and have an active online website -- The Working Man's Rare Coins -- -- offering information and inventory in U.S. coins.

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