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    1863 Ten-Cents Postage Currency in Billion, Judd-326A

    1863 Ten-Cents, Judd-326A, Pollock-394, R.7, PR 64 PCGS. The obverse depicts an ornamental shield with an inverted laurel wreath suspended from a ring. A pair of crossed arrows is behind the shield. The inscription reads EXCHANGED FOR U.S. NOTES. The reverse is inscribed 10 CENTS, 1863, and * POSTAGE CURRENCY * ACT JULY 1862 around. Struck in a billion alloy (25 percent silver, 75 percent copper), with a plain edge. Moderately reflective beneath natural gray-violet patina.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 60326)

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    Jul-Aug, 1997
    30th-2nd Wednesday-Saturday
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