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    General Motors Pattern Cent, Pollock-4060
    MS62 Red and Brown

    (Circa 1967) General Motors Pattern Cent, Pollock-4060, MS62 Red and Brown NGC. General Motors manufactured a high production coinage press, but it proved too costly to maintain, and its development was eventually abandoned. The obverse is designed much like the Lincoln cent, with legends in similar positions. The legends are nonsense, to avoid legal entanglements. Struck in copper with a plain edge. Control code 26-M. A lustrous orange-gold representative mellowed to gunmetal-gray on the cheek and on open portions of the reverse field.

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