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    Highly Collectible 1836 Two Cent Pattern, Judd-54

    1836 P2C Two Cents, Judd-54, Pollock-57, Low R.6, PR65 Red and Brown NGC. Pattern two cent piece with a spread-winged eagle on the obverse and the date below. The reverse has TWO CENTS in the center and is surrounded by a laurel wreath. Struck in copper with a plain edge and medallic alignment. The obverse design is reminiscent of the 'Small Eagle' motif from early silver coinage. The A in STATES is clumsily repunched over a T. The surfaces are evenly mellowed with most of the original mint red luster still in evidence beneath the light dusting of brown patina.
    From The Western Hills Collection.(#11199)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2968, PCGS# 11199)


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2005
    2nd-3rd Thursday-Friday
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