Description1864 1C Bronze Cent MS65 Red and Brown SEGS (MS64 Red and Brown), an attractive No L example, a heavy die line (as struck) below the ear, struck from a lightly clashed reverse die; 1890 Cent MS64 Red SEGS (MS63 Red, Planchet Flaws), pleasing olive and gold color, the obverse rim from 12 o'clock to 3 o'clock has a couple of planchet flaws, as made; 1892 Cent MS64 Red and Brown SEGS (MS62 Red and Brown), more red than brown, the reverse is well preserved while the obverse has faint luster grazes; and an 1878 Cent PR65 Brown SEGS (PR63 Red and Brown Questionable Color), streaky gold, ruby-red, and violet hues, a needle-sharp example with unabraded surfaces.
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