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    Posted: 13 Mar 2012 at 8:33am
Can any one identify the coin in the pics. I know it is pretty rough condition but any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Is there a date on the coin? It looks Fair-2. This looks difficult to identify.
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I'm pretty sure its an old British coin... probably an old Farthing or penny.  
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  1787 or 1788 connecticut

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looks like british evasion piece to me

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