1837 1C Feuchtwanger Three Cent, Eagle - Dr. Feuchtwanger's German-silver
1837 1C Feuchtwanger Three Cent, Eagle MS61 NGC $7,475.00 Jan 7, 2010 HA.com
1837 3C Feuchtwanger Three Cent, Coat of Arms
Choice Mint State examples of this scarce and popular token issue are rare, especially in comparison with the Feuchtwanger cents. Dr. Feuchtwanger struck two major three cent varieties in his German-silver alloy, an eagle obverse and the present design, which emulates the State of New York Coat of Arms.
1837 3C Feuchtwanger Three Cent, Coat of Arms MS64 NGC Low-117, HT-262. $5,175.00 Mar 28, 2009 HA.com
1837 Feuchtwanger Cent, NY
Dr. Lewis Feuchtwanger's coinage was influential since his cent diameter is nearly identical to that of the 1856 Flying Eagle cent, although his German silver alloy was never adopted for Federal production.
1837 Feuchtwanger Cent MS62, NY HT-268, NGC. Low-120, Breen 5-G, R.2. $517.50 Feb 13, 2008 HA.com
1864 3C Feuchtwanger Three Cent, Eagle
"Feuchtwanger's Composition," as is well known today, was actually a "German silver" variant that alloyed copper, nickel, and zinc. While Feuchtwanger's initial one cent and three cent tokens date from 1837 and are generally linked with Hard Times tokens, the 1864-dated three cent tokens (which are die-linked to the 1837 originals) add a Civil War connection.
1864 3C Feuchtwanger Three Cent, Eagle MS64 PCGS. CAC. Low-179A, HT-267, R.6. $8,050.00 Dec 3, 2009 Ha.com