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    1864 Feuchtwanger Three Cent, HT-267, MS63

    1864 3C Feuchtwanger Three Cent, Eagle, MS63 PCGS. Low-179A, Fuld-NY630X-1j, HT-267, R.6. German silver, 25 mm, reeded edge. The 1837-dated Feuchtwanger one and three cent pieces are linked to the Hard Times era, with the 1864-dated pieces adding a Civil War angle. The reverse is similar to the High R.7 HT-265; the obverse features a less-defiant eagle and a hapless snake. Russet-gold and sea-green endow this fully struck and mildly prooflike example. Only the faintest slide marks above THREE preclude an even higher grade. On the reverse, portions of the wreath and legends on the reverse are boldly die doubled. Listed on page 424 of the 2021 Guide Book.
    Ex: November Signature (Heritage, 11/2003), lot 9602; FUN Signature (Heritage, 1/2010), lot 3380.
    From The Gibney Family Collection.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2CZM, PCGS# 20003)

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