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    High R.7 1850 Cent Pattern Struck in Nickel, Judd-124g, PR65

    1850 P1C Annular One Cent, Judd-124g, Pollock-145, High R.7, PR65 NGC. Davis-67a, AW-138. Uniface pattern struck on an unperforated annular (ring) planchet. The obverse has CENT above and ONE TENTH SILVER below, with stars flanking. The reverse has dentils around the reverse border, but no lettering or motifs. Struck in nickel alloy with a plain edge.
    Another of the ring-shaped cent experiments of 1850. These appeared in Appendix A of the first through seventh editions of the Judd reference, and in the current ninth edition are listed on page 52. The obverse is a light olive-tan, with a couple of dark toning spots. The reverse shows clear dentilation, with a couple of tiny planchet laminations.
    From The Jones Beach Collection.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 11534)

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