1884 1C, RD
Richly Colored 1884 Cent, PR 66 Red PCGS1884 1C PR 66 Red PCGS. The date on all known examples of this issue displays repunching on the inner loops of the 8s. Snow (1992) believes that this die may also have been used to produce some of the similarly dated business strikes. Judging by current population data, the 1884 appears to be one of the more common proof Indian cents from the 1880s. NGC and PCGS have seen 38 examples in PR 66 Red, and there are a further 13 coins finer (10/00). These stats notwithstanding, it is difficult for us to imagine a more delectable representative of this issue. Pink-red color overlays both sides and deepens slightly on the reverse. We can find no areas of striking softness, and the surfaces are also silent on the subject of distractions.
From the Joshua Collection. (NGC ID# 22A5, PCGS# 2341)
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