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    Elusive 1836 Two Cent Piece, Judd-54

    1836 P2C Two Cents, Judd-54, Pollock-57, Low R.6, PR62 Brown ANACS. 1836 was an important year for pattern production. The Gobrecht dollar was introduced, and the first two cent and gold dollar patterns were struck. The obverse of the present piece features a small eagle on a cloud, reminiscent of the Draped Bust silver dollar reverse design. The reverse has TWO CENTS in the center and is surrounded by a laurel wreath. Struck in copper with a plain edge. The dies have medal turn, and a lengthy crack passes through the eagle's right (facing) wing. Sea-green and gold toning dominates the obverse. The reverse has salmon-pink and apple-green patina. Sharply struck with moderately reflective fields.
    From The Antigo Collection, Part Two.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2968, PCGS# 11198)


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    October, 2006
    24th-25th Tuesday-Wednesday
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