New Jersey copper
Overall: 1 1/8 in. (2.9 cm)
Struck: Obverse: NOVA CAESAREA 1786 Struck: Reverse: E. PLURIBUS. UNUM
New Jersey copper. Obverse: a horse's head above a plow. Reverse: the union shield.
The state of New Jersey struck its own coins from 1786 until 1790. Its coins were the first to have the national motto on them.
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