Early American And Related Tokens
Higley or Granby Colonial Coppers
The Higley or Granby Coppers derived their name by their maker Dr. Samuel who mined the copper for the planchets near Granby, Connecticut. The coins were never officially authorized as coinage, and were made of pure copper. There exist several different varieties all dated 1737 and one in 1739 with the denomination of threepence or VALUE ME AS YOU PLEASE. Electrotypes and cast reproductions do exists. (Note: All values are for coins in Good or (G) grade unless otherwise stated. Also, coins in better grade or shape will trade for a higher premium.)

                                                                                                                                    
1737 THE VALVE OF THREE PENCE, CONNECTICVT, 3 Hammers...........................................$11,000
1737 THE VALVE OF THREE PENCE, I AM GOOD COPPERS, 3 Hammers..................................$12,000
1737 VALUE ME AS YOU PLEASE, I AM GOOD COPPER, 3 HAMMERS......................................$11,000
1737 VALVE ME AS YOU PLEASE, I AM GOOD COPPER, Hammers (3 known).....$218,000
(1737) VALUE ME AS YOU PLEASE, J CUT WAY THROUGH, Broad Axe..............$11,000
(1737) THE WHEELE GOES ROUND, Reverse as Above (unique)........................FINE $150,000
1739 VALUE ME AS YOU PLEASE, J CUT MY WAY THROUGH, Broad Axe.......$15,000
1737 COPPER Higley Copper_CONNECTICVT
1739 COPPER Higley Copper_Broad Axe
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