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    1854 E1C One Cent, Judd-158, Pollock-185, High R.6--Damaged, Cleaned--ANACS. XF Details, Net PR20. A very unusual issue taken from a reduced 1854 silver dollar on the obverse, causing the 4 in the date to look more like a 1 and blurring the central details. On the reverse, 1 CENT is encircled by an oak and acorn wreath. Struck in a nickel alloy that reportedly is affected by magnetism, with a widely spaced reeded edge. Plenty of reverse detail remains evident, but the obverse details are only faintly visible. Pinscratches are noted on the obverse fields. The steel-gray surfaces are subdued after improper cleaning. An affordable example of this scarce pattern variety.
    From The Dale A. Konigsburg Collection.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 299X, PCGS# 11652)

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    January, 2007
    3rd-6th Wednesday-Saturday
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