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    Rare 1850 Annular Cent Pattern
    Judd-124g, PR65

    1850 P1C One Cent, Judd-124g, Pollock-143, R.8, PR65 PCGS. Davis-67a, AW-138. Uniface pattern struck on an unperforated annular (ring) planchet. The obverse has CENT above and 1850 below, with stars flanking. The reverse has dentils around the reverse border, but no lettering or motifs. Struck in nickel or copper-nickel with a plain edge. Less than a half dozen pieces are known of this rarity. This piece and the Eliasberg coin both exhibit a die crack through the top of the T in CENT, which may be common to all known specimens. The surfaces are remarkably clean, especially considering the open fields on the obverse and the unstruck reverse. Pale gray-lilac patina covers each side. (NGC ID# 298E, PCGS# 11534)

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