Undated (1964) Plain Edge DuPont "Quarter" Pattern, Unlisted in Judd, Pollock-5391, R.2-3, MS64 NGC. ...
Undated (1964) DuPont 'Quarter' PatternUndated (1964) Plain Edge DuPont "Quarter" Pattern, Unlisted in Judd, Pollock-5391, R.2-3, MS64 NGC. 5.87 gms. This metallurgical trial was produced by DuPont in 1964. They were one of several companies the U.S. Mint commissioned to find a suitable alloy replacement for silver. The obverse is of Benjamin Franklin and the reverse shows the DuPont emblem with the inscription "This token made from explosion bonded "Detaclad." Detaclad is a patented process for laminating 75% copper, 25% nickel to a copper core. Plain edge. A flashy, nearly abrasion-free example with just a trace of golden toning around the devices.
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