1896 1C One Cent, Judd-1768, Pollock-1983, 1985A, R.5, MS64 Brown NGC. One of just a handful of designs from the later part...
Elusive Pattern 1896 Cent, Judd-1768, MS64 Brown1896 1C One Cent, Judd-1768, Pollock-1983, 1985A, R.5, MS64 Brown NGC. One of just a handful of designs from the later part of the 19th century that advanced to pattern status. The obverse features a shield with thirteen stripes and a scroll inscribed LIBERTY that passes in front. Behind are two crossed poles, one bearing an eagle, the other a liberty cap. E PLURIBUS UNUM is above, 1896 is below. The reverse displays 1 CENT within a curved olive sprig with UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around. The border is beaded on both sides. Struck in bronze (several alloys) with a plain edge. The PCGS Population Report lists only proof specimens under this Judd number and we are inclined to believe that only proofs were struck. This coin's even chestnut-brown and tan surfaces do, however, look deceptively like those of a business strike, but we leave it to the buyer to debate this coin's finish. Overall, this is a very attractive specimen.(#62222) (PCGS# 62222)
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