1787 Connecticut Copper. Miller 32.2-X.4, W-3230. Rarity-5+. Draped Bust Left. VF Details--Environmental Damage (PCGS). 137.2 grains. Dominant olive-charcoal patina with glints of autumn-brown also evident on both sides. The strike is off center to the lower right obverse and upper right reverse with no denticulation from 1 to 7 oclock on the former side, 11 to 5 oclock on the latter. The border is flush with the bottom of the effigy, top of the seated figures head, but all major design elements are boldly outlined and fully appreciable. Microporous and a bit rough to explain the PCGS qualifier, yet pleasingly smooth in hand, this is certainly a respectable mid grade example of a scarcer Miller number. Ex Mike Ringo. Collector envelope with attribution and provenance notes included.