1910 1C PR66 Red PCGS Secure....
Elusive Matte PR66 Red 1910 Lincoln Cent1910 1C PR66 Red PCGS Secure. The 1910 matte proof Lincoln cents were struck to the extent of 4,083 coins, according to recent research by Kevin Flynn in his reference on the series. They are nonetheless quite rare at the PR66 level, especially certified Red, and extremely rare any finer. This charming PR66 Red piece displays consistent sunset-orange patina throughout, with only minor flecks of brown scattered about under magnification. Tinges of deeper orange-red ring the devices, and a small lilac spot appears near Lincoln's forehead. The reverse shows some rose and saffron-mint hues. The full strike, including at ON but throughout, and high squared-off rims mark this as a matte proof, as does a tiny die scratch near the upright of the C in CENT. Population: 20 in 66 Red, 3 finer (3/10).(Registry values: N1793) (NGC ID# 22KT, PCGS# 3308)
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