Proposed National Issues Design Set (1776-1787) All-Time Finest List
One of the dreams and rights of every nation is to have its own coinage. Several times during the history of our country, attempts were made to create a national coinage – to promote unity and to replace the odd assortment of foreign, private, and state coins in circulation at the time. In 1776, a Continental "Dollar" was proposed, but failed. In 1785, IMMUNE COLUMBIA pieces were made in England with an eye towards landing a contract to provide coins to America. Finally, in 1787, the American Congress authorized a contractor to produce copper Fugio Cents. Had all three plans succeeded, they would have changed the face of American coinage in both a figurative and a literal sense. This set includes all three of these historic coins.
Notes: This set has bonuses. Please see the Set Composition for a listing.
All-Time Finest (All Eras)
|Rank||Set Name||% Complete||GPA Weighted||Set Rating||User|
|1||Louis Eliasberg||100.00%||R 64.17||64.17||
|2||The Troy Wiseman & Son's Collection||100.00%||R 63.33||63.33|
|3||Garrett Collection||100.00%||R 62.50||62.50|
|4||The Norweb Family||100.00%||R 61.33||61.33|
|5||Lafayette 2019 2020 2021||100.00%||57.75||57.75|
|6||Palos Verdes Collection||100.00%||R 56.50||56.50|
|7||Philly Connection||100.00%||R 43.83||43.83|
|9||Duke Collection of Proposed National Issues||66.67%||65.67||32.83|
|19||The J.J. Wilson Collection||33.33%||25.00||04.17|
|23||The DuVall Early Americana Collection||33.33%||15.00||02.50|