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Transitional 1863 Bronze Indian Cent
Judd-299, PR62 Brown

1863 1C One Cent, Judd-299, Pollock-359, R.3, PR62 Brown NGC. This transitional striking of the Indian cent has the regular design of 1863, but it is struck in bronze with a plain edge with a medallic alignment. This was the Mint's first experiment with bronze and approximately 200 pieces are known today. Coins are known struck on both thick and thin planchets, this is a thin-planchet variant. According to USPatterns.com the Judd-299 "is very difficult to find with a significant amount of red color." On this piece deep cherry-red is seen around the obverse devices and in the reverse fields, while the remainder of each side is deep brown. The devices appear heavily frosted beneath the brown patina. (PCGS# 60454)

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