1850 1C Cent, Judd-124G, Pollock-145, High R.7, PR65 NGC....
Scarce 1850 Cent Hub or Die Trial1850 1C Cent, Judd-124G, Pollock-145, High R.7, PR65 NGC. A hub or die trial with the obverse simply inscribed CENT * *1850 around a circle in the center that was obviously an outline for perforation as with other cent patterns from this year. The reverse is plain except for denticles and an upset rim. Struck in nickel with a plain edge. Formerly an Appendix A pattern in the 1st through 7th editions of Judd. Fewer than half a dozen pieces are believed known. This piece shows the die crack through the top of CENT as seen on at least one other example. The surfaces are bright and virtually brilliant with just the slightest hint of golden toning around the margins. Struck on a lightly striated planchet. A couple of shallow planchet flaws on the reverse serve as an aid for future pedigree identification. (PCGS# 62312)
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