1787 Fugio Copper. Pointed Rays. Newman 1-B, W-6600. Rarity-4. Obverse Cross After Date, No Cinquefoils, UNITED STATES. EF Details--Environmental Damage (PCGS). The strike is drawn to 3 oclock on the obverse, 1 oclock on the reverse, but all peripheral devices are distinct from the borders, and most major design elements are boldly outlined and appreciable. Dark olive-copper surfaces are overall rough in texture to explain the PCGS qualifier. Newman 1-B is the most available variety of the historically significant Cross After Date Fugio coppers, although the supply of examples is extremely limited relative to the combined demand from type collectors and variety specialists.