1857 DT1C Flying Eagle Cent, Judd-187A, Pollock-224, R.8, MS64 PCGS. High Leaves reverse, Closed E in ONE. Struck in nickel...
Possibly Unique 1857 Flying Eagle Cent, Judd-187A1857 DT1C Flying Eagle Cent, Judd-187A, Pollock-224, R.8, MS64 PCGS. High Leaves reverse, Closed E in ONE. Struck in nickel or German silver with a plain edge from regular dies. According to uspatterns.com, "only 2 or 3 [are] believed to exist." The Pollock reference lists only one known example, which is in fact the present piece, and the only specimen certified by NGC or PCGS. It is conceivable that Judd-187A is unique, since no others are known to have appeared at auction. This lustrous and crisply struck near-Gem has unblemished pearl-gray and chestnut surfaces. Completely problem-free, and a highly desirable addition to an advanced Flying Eagle cent cabinet. Housed in a first generation holder.
Ex: Stack's, 6/77, lot 350; Steve Ivy, 8/80, lot 703; Stack's, 1/87, lot 483. (PCGS# 11822)
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