1867 5C Five Cents, Judd-561, Pollock-622, R.5, PR63 PCGS.
Longacre's 1867 Five Cent Pattern, Judd-5611867 5C Five Cents, Judd-561, Pollock-622, R.5, PR63 PCGS. The PCGS holder has a small piece broken off along the upper reverse raised border. Longacre's design that shows Liberty facing left with four feathers and four stars in the headdress, the date below, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA above, and his name immodestly engraved beneath the portrait. The reverse has a large, ornate shield with a large Roman numeral V over it, the motto above. It is believed that 100 of these were struck, according to J. Colvin Randall. Liberty's profile greatly resembles Longacre's contemporary Indian Cent, Gold Dollar, and Three Dollar designs. The stars are boldly recut. Struck in aluminum with a plain edge. A razor-sharp representative that has faint tan color. A tiny contact mark near the base of the prominent V serves as a pedigree marker.(#60771) (PCGS# 60771)
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